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"Nuevo" Bridge, Rhonda, Malaga, Spain.  One of the most breathtaking places I have ever been!

"Nuevo" Bridge, Rhonda, Malaga, Spain. One of the most breathtaking places I have ever been!

The bridge over the gorge (el Tajo), was finished in 1793. The height from top to bottom is about 100 m, like a 30 floor building. Inside the bridge there is a small museum.

The bridge over the gorge (el Tajo), was finished in 1793. The height from top to bottom is about 100 m, like a 30 floor building. Inside the bridge there is a small museum.

Colomares Castle in Benalmadena, Malaga, Spain | re-pinned by http://wfpcc.com/waterfrontpropertieslistings.php

Colomares Castle in Benalmadena, Malaga, Spain | re-pinned by http://wfpcc.com/waterfrontpropertieslistings.php

Ronda, Spain.  TO ask whether the Andalusian town of Ronda in southern Spain is spectacular is somewhat akin to asking if Julia Roberts is a pretty woman.  Famous 20th century Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke summed it up when he wrote: "I have sought everywhere the city of my dreams, and I have finally found it in Ronda. There is nothing that is more startling than this wild and mountainous city."

Ronda, Spain. TO ask whether the Andalusian town of Ronda in southern Spain is spectacular is somewhat akin to asking if Julia Roberts is a pretty woman. Famous 20th century Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke summed it up when he wrote: "I have sought everywhere the city of my dreams, and I have finally found it in Ronda. There is nothing that is more startling than this wild and mountainous city."

TA PROHM TEMPLE, CAMBODIA Photograph by Peter Nijenhuis Ta Prohm is the modern name of a temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and originally called Rajavihara.

TA PROHM TEMPLE, CAMBODIA Photograph by Peter Nijenhuis Ta Prohm is the modern name of a temple at Angkor, Siem Reap Province, Cambodia, built in the Bayon style largely in the late 12th and early 13th centuries and originally called Rajavihara.

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