January 12, 2007

The Alcázar (1 of 5 today)

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Where: Seville, Spain

When: Oct. 8, 2006

Camera: Canon PowerShot A620

Notes: The 10th-century Alcázar in Seville is sometimes compared with Palacio Nazaries at the Alhambra in Granada. It's just about as spectacular but, as our tour guide explained, the Alhambra suffered through centuries of disuse and neglect, while the Alcázar has always been in use. The Alcázar's caretakers have kept the paint job intact over the years, so it's much more colorful than Palacio Nazaries.

See more at JPG magazine: I've submitted several Spain photos to JPG magazine.

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