Objects & Places from Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections

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Teruel

Is the first city that the narrator falls in love with and when he revisits later on, much has changed, and he is impressed yet saddened by the modernity of the rural town.

Burriana

Is the town that the narrator lands in when he first sets foot on Spanish soil.

Concha and Sierra Ranch

Is where the Concha and Sierra bulls are raised.

Las Ramblas

Is a wide and beautiful commercial boulevard in Barcelona where people could buy flowers, newspapers, and food.

Rio Guadalquivir

Is a river in southern Spain that supports Las Marisimas, the swamplands in southern Spain.

Rio Tajo

Is the river in Toledo that surrounds and protects the city.

Toledo

Is a fortress of a city built on a rock that was established by Germanic tribes then run by Muslims and holds the famous Gothic cathedral and the Alcazar and is surrounded by the...

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