Murcia: Also expected to draw a south-north avenue from Virgen de los Peligros bridge to Zaraiche Railway Station , passing in front of San Bartolomé church and along the Romea Theatre in the street Angel Guirao, and along the Callejon de La Aurora. The first leg-up to Romea, would be fifty feet in width between facades, arcades leaving five feet on each side, to complete the twenty-five feet wide beyond the Romea theater , where expropriations would be cheaper.
Murcia: The architect Jaime Bort later worked on the project to built the ancient bridge,
Murcia: Casa del Torreón topic ? Reply With Quote Reply With Quote November 27th, 2011, 03:16 PM #2864 Dr.T Dr.T is offline Forum Veteran Dr.T's Avatar Join Date Jul 2008 Location SPA - RU Posts 3,839 Default It was originally a Neoclassic building on the Eastern side of the Virgen de los Peligros bridge. In the 20's was refurbished in an eclectic style and the famous tower was added to the original building. On the first image taken in 1923 you can see the…
Bridge of Hazards, Murcia, Spain.Pamplona, Spain.Over 50.000 dogs every year are tortured to death in Spain. Dogs for hunting and Galgo races (Spanish Greyhounds). Hanged, thrown alive into wells or/and burned alive.