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Seville, or Sevilla, is one of the few cities on earth to have both looks and personality. Most other cities would only have one or the other. A city founded over 3000 years ago by […]

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Córdoba is, without a doubt, the star attraction of Andalusia. The pretty Moorish patios and glorious mosque alone makes it lay claim over that title. It was conquered by invading Islamic armies in the eighth […]

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Around Sicily

Being one of the most desirable places to be in, Sicily keeps surprising me with the quality and variety it has to offer. This album is simply a collection of a few photos taken in a […]

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Sitting just South of Palermo, overlooking the beautiful Golden Shell (La Conca d’oro) valley from which most of its produce of olives, oranges and almonds are exported in vast quantities, lies the beautiful town of […]

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A beautiful coastal city in the province of Palermo,  Cefalù is one of the most visited cities in Sicily by tourists from all across Italy and  Europe. The Cathedral of Cefalù is probably the most visited […]

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Palermo or Palermu, the capital of Sicilia (Sicily), and a city that I consider a very special place to myself. I have posted photos earlier of this place and promised some more to show more of the […]

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Bioparc Valencia

Bioparc Valencia must be one of the coolest places I have been to in a long time. It is a zoo like none you have ever been to before. Everything seems to be very well […]

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Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias or the City of Arts and Sciences is a beautiful complex in Valencia, Spain. This wonderful cultural and architectural entertainment complex adds so much value and is considered […]

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The third largest city in Spain, home of the paella  and host to one of the most impressive futuristic museum complexes across Europe. It is also the home town for Pope Alexander VI or simply Pope […]

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Firenze by Night

Firenze, or Florence in English, the birth place to the Italian Renaissance is just an eye candy whether by day or night. On one night I happened to be passing by and thought of taking […]

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