El Escorial has been the burial site for most of the Spanish kings of the last five centuries, Bourbons as well as Habsburgs. The Royal Pantheon contains the tombs of the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V (who ruled Spain as King Charles I), Philip II, Philip III, Philip IV, Charles II, Louis I, Charles III, Charles IV, Ferdinand VII, Isabella II, Alfonso XII, and Alfonso XIII. VI (1746–1759).
El Escorial (Madrid, Espanha) Localizado em San Lorenzo de El Escorial, na comunidade autónoma de Madrid, este mosteiro-palácio foi mandado construir pelo rei Filipe II de Espanha, em 1563, para celebrar a vitória sobre os franceses na batalha de San Quintin, em 1557.
Alcázar of Segovia, Segovia, Spain. This castle originally started out as a fort and has served as the royal palace at times in its history. It is designed to look like the bow of a ship emerging from the mountains.
Alzette River | Luxembourg ** BTDT! I decided I wanted to visit at least One place that no-one I knew had ever been to. Luxembourg is that place. It was lovely and very interesting. My friend and I went to the War Cemetery where General Patten is buried.
The Alcazar, throughout the Middle Ages, remained one of the favorite residences of the monarchs of the Kingdom of Castile and a key fortress in the defense of the kingdom. Description from world-tour-guides.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images