The old part of Valencia is an interesting place to walk. Triangular house sat on one corner and as I considered it, I wondered how would the rooms look like inside? What would I put into that triangle between the two windows? Advertisements
You can visit Central Market in Valencia every day except Sunday from morning till afternoon. but if you really want to see, feel, smell, touch, and taste the place, you must come in the morning. It takes time to look at 959 stalls and the variety of wares sold there. You can buy here anything … More Valencia – Let’s Buy Something on the Market
Central Market in Valencia is a tourist spot well worth the time. It incorporates old with new in a way that the building seems at peace with surrounding architectural styles. Using iron and glass but also including a dome, Central Market blends Art Nouveau with the gothic influences of nearby Llotja de la Seda. … More Valencia’s Central Market – El Mercato Central
Stepping into the post office in Valencia, I discovered not only an old and beautiful building, but an interesting surprise inside. There, in the midsts of people standing in lines to the windows, was displayed a collection of art in the form of postage stamps commemorating the life and achievements of Miguel de Cervantes and … More 400 Anniversary of Miguel de Cervantes
Valencia‘s town hall is a busy place where more and less official people come and go all day. After the first time (or few times) I doubt they notice any more their grand eclectic surroundings, but to a visitor like me there was plenty to see. After the ever-present security check I could wander freely … More Valencia – Ayuntamiento (Town Hall)
Spanning from old, through modern, to futuristic, the Spanish city of Valencia is an interesting place to visit. What I will show you in the next series of posts are all the places I managed to see in the only two days that I had there. The wide variety of architecture from different time periods, … More Valencia – Old, Modern, and Futuristic
Light that disperses the darkness. Here, in the church, the shining candle symbolizes not only the rays of sun that enable us to see the world around us, but also the spiritual light that points the way to God. The first photo is my favorite. It reminds me of cupped hands holding a little light … More Shine in the Darkness / WPC
It turned out that I have only a couple photographs from all this year that feature something in dark red color. I chose the red bulls of Valencia in Spain to be my contestants for Cee’s Dark Reds Challenge 🙂 My contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Dark Reds.