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Iberia: Spanish Travels and Reflections Setting & Symbolism

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Teruel

Teruel is the first city that the narrator falls in love with. The people are very friendly and accepting once the narrator opens up to them and shares his food. In Teruel, he sees the great economic divide between the rich and poor that exists throughout Spain. When he revisits Teruel later on, much has changed, and he is impressed yet saddened by the modernity of the rural town.

Burriana

Burriana is the town that the narrator lands in when he first sets foot on Spanish soil. This is also where the bargeman is from. His town is constantly made fun of.

Concha and Sierra Ranch

Concha and Sierra Ranch is where the Concha and Sierra bulls are raised.

Las Ramblas

Las Ramblas is a wide and beautiful commercial boulevard in Barcelona where people could buy flowers, newspapers, and get food. It is a beautiful promenade where...

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