Guadamur Castle, Spain. Built in the 15th century. It was abandoned in the 18th century and later, in 1887, it was restored by the Count of Asalto. It suffered sackings during the Civil War. The square plan measures 30 by 40 metres. There is a moat that was crossed by a drawbridge, modified by the bastions and defences attached to its corners and curtains…

Guadamur Castle, Toledo, Spain, built in the late century by castillerozaldívar

Kink (or chevron) fold, Sot de Chera, Spain

Here's some fun with geology: Kink (or chevron) fold, Sot de Chera, Spain

Castillo de Requesens- Gerona Spain

CASTLES OF SPAIN - Castle of Requesens - Catalonia,Spain. - Probably existing since the century, mentioned for the first time in the century. In the century, the old Romanesque ruined castle was rebuilt in Neo-Romanesque style.

The reddish sunset colour of Las Medulas (Leon, Spain) has converted the area into a magically mysterious spot. Who would have thought that such sharp peaks have Roman gold buried within! This amazing landscape is the result from the gold exploitation by the Romans, and it has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. | Picture by Oscar P.L. on 500px

The reddish sunset colour of Las Medulas (Leon, Spain) has converted the area into a magically

Woman gathering honey, - Mesolithic (c. 10,000/8000–c. 3000 bce) Cueva de la Arana, near Bicorp, Spain; Museum of Prehistory, Valencia, Spain.

Woman gathering honey, watercolor copy by F. Benitez Mellado of a Mesolithic (c. 3000 bce) painting in the Cueva de la Arana, near Bicorp, Spain

This is a really cool statue of Miguel de Cervantes. It is in Spain. It shows him in his element, reading a book. It really shows how passionate about his work he is

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was a Spanish writer who is highly regarded as perhaps the greatest writer in the Spanish language and one of the world's pre-eminent novelists.

Stone Barge at Vizcaya, Spain (via thewheeloflife)

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens Coconut Grove, Miami, FL Photo Caption: On a practical level, Vizcaya's Stone Barge acts as a breakwater against tidal surges.

Xativa Castle - Valencia, Spain

The Medieval Castle of Xativa ~ Valencia, Spain It fell into Moorish control in and was recaptured 50 years later by King James I of Aragon.

The Basalt cliffs Los Órganos on the northern coast of La Gomera, one of the seven main islands of Spain's Canary Islands. The basalt pillars look similar to organ pipes, and are the remains of vast lava masses of a once powerful volcano. The slender cliffs rise up out of the sea to a height of 800m.

The Basalt cliffs Los Órganos on the northern coast of La Gomera

streetofsoulangels: (via PHOTOGRAPHY - ROUND THE WORLD / Monserrat, Barcelona, Spain)

SPAIN - The Benedictine monastery of Santa Maria de Monserrat is built into the mountain and offers visitors a staggering view. Monserrat is translated 'sawed mountain'. It is about 45 km northwest of Barcelona.

"Escultura del Barquillero" (Sculpture of the Wafer Seller) - photo by lala, via minube; at Plaza Mayor, Ponferrada, León, Spain ...Apparently 'wafers' are also called biscuits, cookies, and waffles... According to info with a photo at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arteof a barquillero, this street peddler was popular, carrying a cylindrical drum with a wheel of fortune attached to the lid. The number that came up was how many wafers (barquillos) the child would get.

"Escultura del Barquillero" (Sculpture of the Wafer Seller) - photo by lala, via…

Tiermes [Soria, Spain] Old tracks of vehicles on the surface of the land, and an underground tunnel to which archaeologists call "Aqueduct" 200 metres long, which seamlessly mimics the journey of the outer cart.

Tiermes [Soria, Spain] Old tracks of vehicles on the surface of the land, and an underground tunnel to which archaeologists call "Aqueduct" 200 metres long, which seamlessly mimics the journey of the outer cart.

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