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Cáceres, Spain

Don Alvaro Alley

Fragments of human bones are embedded in the walls of this quaint alley.
Talaván, Spain

Hermitage of Santo Cristo

Disturbing winged beings decorate the walls of this strange abandoned hermitage.
Alicante, Spain

Central Market Building

This magnificent market stands as a poignant symbol of the suffering caused by the Spanish Civil War.
Elx, Spain

Palmeral of Elche

Originally planted by the ancient Carthaginians, this sprawling palm grove is one of the largest in the world.
Bicorp, Spain

Man of Bicorp Cave Painting

This ancient rock painting is the oldest evidence of humans’ love affair with honey.
Madrid, Spain

The Cerro de la Oliva Trenches

In Rivas-Vaciamadrid, perfectly preserved trenches date back to the Spanish Civil War.
Montejo de Tiermes, Spain

Tiermes

The ruins of an ancient Celtiberian town with incredible rock-cut buildings and a Roman aqueduct.
Burgos, Spain

Museum of Human Evolution

This remarkable museum sprung from one of the most important prehistoric archaeological sites in the world.
Sasamón, Spain

Museo Salaguti

Salaguti's live-in museum: a fortress against criticism and consumer art.
Barcelona, Spain

'Dona i Ocell' ('Woman and Bird')

This colorful statue welcomes visitors to a Barcelona park.
Barcelona, Spain

Museu Frederic Marès

An eclectic collection of thousands of items owned by the sculptor Frederic Marès.
Lugo, Spain

Roman Walls of Lugo

Remarkably intact Roman stone fortifications have encircled this Spanish city for centuries.
Porqueres, Spain

Bosc de Can Ginebreda

A darkly erotic open-air statuary in Catalonia.
Eltziego, Spain

Hotel Marques De Riscal

A medieval village holds a very modern hotel.
Galicia, Spain

Tower of Hercules

The oldest Roman lighthouse still in use.
Madrid, Spain

Atocha Station Tropical Garden

A lush indoor jungle fills this bustling Madrid transportation hub.
Barcelona, Spain

Sewers of Barcelona

Barcelona's historic 19th-century sewers, whose foundations were laid in medieval times, are open to the public for exploring.