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    So you think you know Spanish food? identify these and win a free print of your choosing! www.spainbymikera...

    Amazing image of cecina, Spain's other noble cured meat. Other amazing images of Spain at randolphimages.tu...

    The famous tio pepe sign in Puerta del Sol, Madrid. Sadly it may not return to its original spot. Beautiful photo by mike Randolph

    Cariñena vineyard with traditional bush vines. Grenache from this area has seen recent success. Photo by Mike Randolph

    Completed in the 16th Century, the Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic building in the world, and the third largest church of any kind. Among the many New World treasures within the cathedral also lies the man who made it all possible, Christopher Columbus. Photo ©Mike Randolph

    The Knights Templar built the castle in the town of Peñiscola between the years 1294 and 1307. Some eight centuries later, it often serves as a handy model for those who like to build sand castles on Peñiscola’s stunning beach. Photo ©Mike Randolph

    Storm clouds roll in over the Puerto de Pajares in northern Spain. Connecting Asturias with Leon, the road over the mountain pass reaches a 17% gradient, and was once the most important link between the high-mountain country of Asturias and the central meseta.

    León, Spain. For more information and prints, click on link. Photo ©Mike Randolph

    To each his own: A boy scoots past a girl more interested in the fishing boats in the harbor. Castro-Urdiales, Cantabria, Spain. Photo ©Mike Randolph

    A pathway along the Noguera Ribagorzana river, which separates Aragon and Catalonia, Spain.

    A curious dog keeps an eye on the street in Zaragoza, Spain.

    Sunset at a small yacht club just outside Malaga, Spain.

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