Churros con chocolate is a sweet must-eat when you are in Spain. In Madrid Chocolatería San Ginés is the best place to get churros, that is where I ate the ones on the photo.
One of the doors of La Mezquita in Córdoba, Spain
For this week’s challenge I have a photo of the yellow sand in the bullfighting ring in Sevilla, Spain
For this week’s challenge I chose a photo of Metropol Parasol, at Plaza de la Encarnación in Sevilla – Spain.
For this week’s challenge I chose a photo of a fountain in Sevilla, Spain.
For this week’s challenge I chose a photo of the stairs in the Torres de Quart in Valencia, Spain.
For this week’s challenge I have selected a photo from the sunlight in the Mezquita de Córdoba (Andalusia, Spain).
For this week’s challenge I have 2 photos of the Sagrada Família, the famous unfinished basilica in Barcelona, Spain.
The first photo is from 2006, when I visited Barcelona for the first time.
The second photo is from 2012, the second time I visited Barcelona.
More entries of this week’s challenge, can be found here.
This week’s challenge was a difficult one to find a suitable photo.
I choose this picture of the zigzagging pattern at one of the walls in Casa de Pilatos in Sevilla, Spain.
This week’s subject for the photo challenge is ‘contrasts’.
I have selected two photos this week, which I have made last year in the Mezquita de Córdoba (Andalusia, Spain).
This is a medieval Islamic mosque that was converted into a Roman Catholic Christian cathedral. The cathedral has been build in the middle of the mosque and you can still see a very big part of both the cathedral and the original mosque. I really loved this building, because of the contrast between the two cultures and the type of buildings.