Monday, May 19, 2008

More Photos of Seville, Spain (May 12-14, 2008)

The view of the Plaza Virgen de los Reyes and the Barrio de Santa Cruz from La Giralda
Orange trees and pedestrian walkways line the Guadalquiver River that bisects Seville. On the left hand side of the river, note the 13th century Torre del Oro, which formed part of the Alcazar's defensive wall.
Purple jacaranda blossoms sprinkle the park grounds
A popular Spanish treat: churros con chocolate. First you dip the churros in the chocolate, then you drink the remaining chocolate!
A Seville weathervane
The Plaza de Espana is one of Seville's major landmarks, designed by Anibal Gonzales for the city's 1929 Exposicion Iberoamericana

No comments: