Tag Archives: Salamanca

Salamanca Cathedral

The New Cathedral is one of a pair, aptly named Catedral Nueva (new) and Catedral Vieja (old). They are physically connected to each other – the new one was begun in 1513 when it was decided that the old cathedral … Continue reading

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Salamanca

by Robert Bovington The Plaza Mayor in Salamanca is considered to be the most beautiful square in Spain. It is just one of many ‘must see’ sights in this delightful city that has been dubbed “La Ciudad Dorada” – the … Continue reading

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University of Salamanca

Salamanca’s University was one of the greatest centres of learning in medieval times and Miguel de Cervantes and Hernán Cortés are just two of many famous Spaniards who studied there. Christopher Columbus lectured there. It is a pretty splendid building … Continue reading

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Book kiosks in the Plaza Mayor Salamanca

by Robert Bovington on Saturday, 12 November 2011 at 16:26 The Plaza Mayor in Salamanca is considered to be the most beautiful square in Spain so imagine my disappointment when, on my recent visit to the ‘Ciudad Dorada’, I wasn’t … Continue reading

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Panoramio – Photos by Robert Bovington

Click on the link below to view my photographs in Panoramio. A few examples of my photos are shown below… Panoramio – Photos by Robert Bovington

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