The Vernacular of Southern Spain: Part 1

Filosofia is posting from South Eastern Spain for the next two weeks
so here is a look at some of the architecture I have encountered thus far:

This house looks like it is supported by ivy.

    This is the main church in Murcia.

    This is a really nice column detail.

    This is a gorgeous Murciano window.

   This is a fountain decorated by local protesters at City Hall.

   This is where the Bishop lives.
   You may visit him if your priest contests your marriage.

    This is probably a very nice Rafael Moneo building but the Spanish
    have decided to inexplicably cover it with a giant billboard.

    And this this is a nice palm tree.

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