Thursday, October 6, 2011

Zamora's Cathedral

Another spanish card but this one was sent by me.

After Belgium i went to Spain on a road trip with two friends, both postcrossers. We've been to Ávila, Segóvia, Valladolid, Zamora, Salamanca and Ciudad Rodrigo. It was a great trip and a great opportunity to get nice cards.

The Cathedral of Zamora is a church in Zamora, central Spain, located above the right bank of the Duero in the southern and rather higher part of the old town, and is still surrounded by its old walls and gates.

Built between 1151 and 1174, it is one of the finest examples of Spanish Romanesque architecture. - in: wikipedia

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