Spain: Ronda
Girona, Cordoba

Girona is a city in Catalonia, Spain, approximately 100 km northeast of Barcelona.
Much of the old quarter of this ancient city has been preserved, making Girona a favourite tourist destination.
Mike and Alina visited Girona on Sept 20, 2012.

Cordoba is a city in Andalusia, southern Spain. Founded by Romans, it was occupied by Visigoths, then by Muslims. Reconquered by Kingdom of Castile in 1236.
Efim and Anna visited Cordoba in 1997.

Ronda is an ancient town in the province of Malaga. It was founded by Romans in 3rd century BC. It is one of the towns and villages that is included in the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park.
Lev Gorelik and Anna Sherman explored Ronda in March 2020.



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Girona

Carrer de la Forca; Also Pujada de la Catedral.
Wall Mount Light along the streets.
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Girona

Rambla de la Libertad. Pedestrian Street.
1/2. Torchiere near House # 37.

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2/2. Lamp Post along the street.
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Girona

Pont de Pedra, 1856. Parapet Torchiere.
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Girona

Pujada de la Catedral. Down-chute at #4.
Wall Mount Light.
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Cordoba

Wall Mount Light along the Street.
Near Cordoba Synagogue; Calle Judios, 20.
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Ronda

Plaza Del Beato Diego Jose De Cadiz.
1/2. Wall Mount Light.

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2/2. Wall Mount Light at the Corner.
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