The Plaza de Espana is located in Serville, Spain and consists of a half-circle with many buildings and beautiful bridges. The Plaza de Espana was designed by Anibal Gonzalez. The building was built on the edge of the Maria Luisa Park.

ANDALUSIA: Setenil de las Bodegas (Cádiz). The town that is literally living under a rock

Setenil de las Bodegas (Cadiz) is one of the most curious towns in Spain for its urban setting. This one was constructed in the block of the river, where multitude of houses were constructed (without excavating) underneath the rocks.

Red colors in Rio Tinto (cuased by the iron deposits present). #Huelva #Spain

The province of Huelva hides one of our favourite natural gems in Andalusia (Spain): the Rio Tinto (Red River), named after the colour it takes, caused by iron deposits.

Puerta del Perdón of the Cathedral of Seville, Spain

Sevilla, Puerta del Perdón of the Cathedral of Seville, Spain

Zahora, Cádiz. Spain.

Zahora, Cádiz. Spain.

Medina Sidonia

Medina Sidonia

Medina Sidonia

Medina Sidonia

Sevilla

Sevilla

Playa Alcalá (Tenerife)

Playa Alcalá (Tenerife)

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