Author: Jose

Eguzki Tower

It’s one of the most famous buildings in Mondragon since 1971. With 21 floors and 72 meters it’s the fifth highest building in Guipuscoa and the highest in
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Bolivar House

Casa Bolivar is one of the few purely modernist buildings of Bilbao and it’s in the middle of nowhere, in Olabeaga, a neighbourhood which used to be called
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Beti Jai

This is one of the frontons, the open-walled area in which the jai alai sport is played, that were built in Madrid at the end of the 19th
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Villa Juanita

This “indiano” house was built in 1923 for José Abarca, María Díaz and their nephew Juanita. They had left Arriondas to Puerto Rico, where they made money. The
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El chalet de Cepa

Also known as “Casona de los Valle”, it was built at the beginning of the 20th Century in a very clear Cantabrian (“montañés) style for Acisclo del Valle
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Madinat al-Zahra

This is an amazing place, only 10 minutes away from the city of Cordova. It was a lost city, almost like Petra, until 1911, when archaeological diggings were
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