Architectural Buildings in Spain

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Casa Batllo

The underwater/sea-themed building is just so magical and unbelievable. Definitely don't miss this out!
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Royal Palace of Madrid

One final place that might be of interest to you ties into Spain’s royal history. Palacio Royal is Madrid’s royal palace is built upon an old fortress and is now mostly used for ceremonial occasions. You can check out the views on the patio area, but definitely take a tour of its lavish interior and exquisite rooms!
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Plaza Mayor

Plaza Mayor is cobblestone-lined section is literally squared away, and its remote feeling is like stepping back into a different era. Buildings with beautiful balconies line this square and its different arches open out different streets. Yet, Plaza Mayor has an interesting history. Trials by the Spanish Inquisition took place here, but the location also has been a setting for bull fighting. Nowadays, there are cafes, restaurants and shops here.
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Plaza de Espana

This plaza was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929, to showcase exhibits in this world’s fair. It’s a huge half-circle with buildings running around it, and over by a moat, there are bridges also representing the four ancient kingdoms of Spain. By the walls of the plaza are the Alcoves of the Provinces, which are tiled alcoves representing different provinces of Spain. The Plaza de España has also been used as a filming location. Scenes for the film Lawrence of Arabia were shot here as well as scenes for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace and Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
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Torre Giralda

To get a higher view of Seville, visitors can also climb up the steps of the Cathedral’s bell tower, La Giralda. You can walk all around the top, and find great scenery at every angle.
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Trips Stories

In the next three decades, Spain turned into a country that offers a cocktail of its rich old culture and young milieu in an architectural glass....

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I suppose I should start with a warning: If you are not a devotee of European history, stick to the 3 C Rule: More than 3 castles and/or cathedrals in one trip and every one starts to look the same....

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It snows in Spain!...

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In his childhood Hannibal learned to hate the Romans who had laid waste to his homeland in Carthage-controlled Spain....

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Spain is a place of diversities....

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Around 2900 villages in the sun-kissed countryside of Spain are up for sale....

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Spain offers the ultimate combination of a legendary parties, festivals, vibrant night-life, breath-taking beaches and landscape, and cities- replete with varied culture, architecture and cuisines....

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Toll taxes in Spain are very high....

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The next day I spent on exploring the remarkable graffiti in the streets of Jewish sector as well as the cathedral & other catholic buildings....

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The people of Catalonia, being denied the right to their language and culture are working towards an independent state from Spain....

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You’ll also find yourself among beautiful old buildings adorned with wrought iron balconies....

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Here are some of Spain’s many off-the-radar destinations that would make for a perfect weekend road trip from Madrid: Castilla Madrid might be the capital of Spain today, but the foundations of modern Spain were laid in thekingdom of Castilla....

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Our visit to Spain, Barcelona has made our trip worthwhile....

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This city has got respect for architecture, music and culture....

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Alhambra & Generalife in Granada, Spain is by far the best garden I’ve ever seen. 4....

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Seville is one of the cities in the Andalusia region that has a good share of Moorish architecture (a reminder of the population that lived in this region of the country) still in place....

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I would call Madrid as Royal City with beautiful buildings and architecture....

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As I desperately tried to hold onto something, anything, to break my fall, only two thoughts crossed my head....

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While many people may know of Spain as the country of Sangria and Flamenco, this may come as a surprise but several cities in Spain have a strong influence of the Muslim culture and architecture, Seville being one of them....

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PS- This Blog post is by our Guest Contributor- Digisha Shah and her Spain-Tastic series where she shares her experiences in Spain....

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Spain: Beaches, Architecture, Adventure sports, Shopping, Food, you name it and Spain has it....

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