Attractive people, efficient public transportation system, surprises at every corner, and cool-sounding colloquial words are just some of the things I have liked most about my study abroad experience here in Spain. However, one of my favorite things has been the architecture. Even though I am not an expert that can identify the different kinds of styles I have come across, I am a student with a camera that can wonderfully capture their timeless beauty.
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The Royal Palace
A curious street corner in Madrid
A beautiful building near the town hall of Madrid.
El Ayuntamiento de Madrid (the town hall)
An interesting building near Puerta del Sol in Madrid
The national Prado Museum in Madrid.
The details of the facade of the cathedral within El Escorial.
The facade of the cathedral of the Escorial.
Some colorful red buildings near Plaza Mayor in Madrid
The entrance gate and wall of Toledo
A meticulously designed gate wall in Toledo
The cathedral of Toledo is one of the largest in Spain.
A beautiful street corner in Madrid.
The Almudena cathedral in Madrid at dusk.
An artistic structure near the Legazpi neighborhood in Madrid.
Las Setas in Seville, Spain.
An eclectically inspired building facade in Seville.
A cathedral near the tower of Seville.
The beautiful inner plaza of the Alcazar de Sevilla in Seville.
The Plaza de Espana in Seville.
A look at the detailed buildings of Seville’s Avenida de la Constitucion.
An interesting orange building near Puerta del Sol in Madrid.
A tasteful arc on a building near Gran Via in Madrid.