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Castles of Spain -  The Castillo de Cazorla or de la Yedra (Jaén) which is Roman in origin. It was rebuilt by the Arabs and completed by the Christians during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

Castles of Spain - The Castillo de Cazorla or de la Yedra (Jaén) which is Roman in origin. It was rebuilt by the Arabs and completed by the Christians during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

El Tesoro de Guarrazar. La corona de Recesvinto. The Treasure of Guarrazar is an archeological find composed by twenty-six votive crowns and gold crosses that had originally been offered to the Roman Catholic Church by the kings of the Visigoths in the seven century in Hispania.

El Tesoro de Guarrazar. La corona de Recesvinto. The Treasure of Guarrazar is an archeological find composed by twenty-six votive crowns and gold crosses that had originally been offered to the Roman Catholic Church by the kings of the Visigoths in the seven century in Hispania.

Fachada oriental de la Mezquita de Cordoba, Spain

Fachada oriental de la Mezquita de Cordoba, Spain

Sacristía de la cartuja de Granada.

Sacristía de la cartuja de Granada.

La Dama de Elche. The Lady of Elche is as once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at an archaelogical site about 2 km south of Elche, Alicante. The Lady of Elche is generally believed to be a piece of Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC. According to the Encyclopedia of Religion, The Lady of Elche, is conjectured as having direct association with Tanit, the goddess of Carthage, that was worshiped by the Punic-Iberians.

La Dama de Elche. The Lady of Elche is as once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at an archaelogical site about 2 km south of Elche, Alicante. The Lady of Elche is generally believed to be a piece of Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC. According to the Encyclopedia of Religion, The Lady of Elche, is conjectured as having direct association with Tanit, the goddess of Carthage, that was worshiped by the Punic-Iberians.

Una escapada medieval por Salamanca. http://buff.ly/1kYMxnk  @abc_es pic.twitter.com/QRWkifU3lP

Una escapada medieval por Salamanca. http://buff.ly/1kYMxnk @abc_es pic.twitter.com/QRWkifU3lP

La Dama de Baza. Goddess seated on winged throne with lion-footed legs. She holds a blue-painted dove in her left hand. Strong Phoenician influences have led some to suggest that she is the goddess Tanit. She was found in a deep funerary chamber in the Cerro del Santuario, a burial ground. The place-name means Hill of the Sanctuary, one of many modern names identifying ancient Iberian sites as holy places. Baza (Basti), NW Granada. 4th cent BCE

La Dama de Baza. Goddess seated on winged throne with lion-footed legs. She holds a blue-painted dove in her left hand. Strong Phoenician influences have led some to suggest that she is the goddess Tanit. She was found in a deep funerary chamber in the Cerro del Santuario, a burial ground. The place-name means Hill of the Sanctuary, one of many modern names identifying ancient Iberian sites as holy places. Baza (Basti), NW Granada. 4th cent BCE

Letur, iglesia de santa María gótica del s.XV-XVI

Letur, iglesia de santa María gótica del s.XV-XVI

Catedral de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, España

Catedral de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, España

Nieve en el Patio de los Leones. febrero 2015