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Almería Cathedral

The cathedral was built in the sixteenth century and was designed as a place of prayer and of refuge. This was because the shores of Almería were continually under attack from Turks and Berbers.

Almería Cathedral main entrance - photo: Robert Bovington

Almería Cathedral main entrance – photo: Robert Bovington

This east facing façade of the ‘Cathedral’ has a relief of the Portocarro sun, the symbol of the city.

Sol de Portocarrero

Sol de Portocarrero

 

Almería Cathedral

more blogs by Robert Bovington…

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http://bovingtonycmitup.blogspot.com/

“a grumpy old man in Spain”

http://grumpybobbov.blogspot.com/

“bits and bobs”

http://bovingtonbitsandblogs.blogspot.com/

“Spanish Expressions”

http://spanishsayingsbovington.blogspot.com/

“Spanish Art”

http://bovingtonspanishart.blogspot.com/

“Books About Spain”

http://bovingtonbooks.blogspot.com/

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