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Seville Spain Scoop – More and Moor Ceramics!

Those Moors, coming in from the African continent in 714 A.D., may have contributed more to art in Spain than any other culture...
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Gaudí’s Corbelling Cake – Barcelona Art

Antonio Gaudí's first house is like a corbelling cake ready to topple - not in my lifetime...
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An Interesting Place

Stepping into the eerily quiet and cool Our Lady of the Assumption Church from a blasting Cordoba sun, you also...
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White Village of Andalucia: Vejer De La Frontera

After several times of driving past this white village, set high atop a steep hillside off of the highway between Tarifa and Cadiz, I was intrigued. I set off in the peak of Spain's boiling summer to seek shade amongst the labyrinthine walls of Vejer De La Frontera, a traditional Andalusian pueblo blanco (white village) that's been ruled by Phoenicians, Romans, Moors and Christians.
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