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... Moorish Spain under the Muslims and the
Christian Reconquista on through artifacts from the era of the Catholic
Monarchs. Overall, the museum presents Iberia’s early history in a level of
detail I don’t think I’ve seen anywhere else. There are also a few galleries on
more recent Spanish history, coins and money, and Greek, Egyptian, and Nubian
archaeology, but they fell quite secondary to the presentation of the historical
development of Spain.
... to be from children. It was definitely an eerie sight!
The Cathedral of St. Maria is another big attraction in Evora, it is a beautiful gothic style cathedral at the top of a small hill in the center of town. Like most cathedrals in Europe it was not built all at once but instead was added to throughout the centuries but it is considered to be one of the best examples of gothic architecture in Portugal and it is the largest medieval church in the country. ...
... with the plate. The animal is so small that each beast is only divided into 4-6 portions, the skin was wafer thin and crisp, the meat was some of the most tender I have ever had and with bread to soak up the juices and local red wine, it made for an incredible meal. Today I am on a five hour train ride to San Sebastián, which has been hyped thoroughly by everyone I have met who has been, so hopefully it lives up to ...
Our professor does a good job of incorporating different activities so the two
hour class goes by quickly. We proceeded into our culture class after our
little break and I grew to fall more in love with it in todays lesson. Our
professor is a pure beauty, we talked about the different museums in spain and
all the different things they have to offer. We had a mini art history course
about spain and Madrid specifically and discussed the museums we would ...
... was lined with fully black men with white cloths on the ground containing DVD's and knockoff handbags, but on the corners of the cloth were strings so when the cops come they could pull it tight and run! I did find it interesting though that this is the only time I have seen Africans in Spain (apart from the British couple in the Madrid El Molino)
* I don't mean this in a racist way, more matter-of-fact.
We caught the train at ...