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Arcades in Sevilla, Spain. A great place for a city trip! http://www.costatropicalevents.com/en/cultural/city.html

Arcades in Sevilla, Spain. A great place for a city trip! http://www.costatropicalevents.com/en/cultural/city.html

Awesome model photography. There are amazing architecture projects around the world. Here you can see every type of project, since buildings, to bridges or even other physical structures. Enjoy and see more at www.homedesignideas.eu

Awesome model photography. There are amazing architecture projects around the world. Here you can see every type of project, since buildings, to bridges or even other physical structures. Enjoy and see more at www.homedesignideas.eu

The House of the Infinite in Cadiz Spain / Alberto Campo Baeza

Gallery of The House of the Infinite / Alberto Campo Baeza - 7

The House of the Infinite in Cadiz Spain / Alberto Campo Baeza

ARCHES (CADIZ, SPAIN), via Mabelle Imossi's flickr photostream

ARCHES (CADIZ, SPAIN), via Mabelle Imossi's flickr photostream

Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain http://allthingseurope.tumblr.com/post/64288204598

Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain http://allthingseurope.tumblr.com/post/64288204598

The small town of Setenil de las Bodegas is home to around 3,000 people. The Andalucian town, northeast of Cadiz, Spain, was built along a narrow river gorge eroded by the Rio Trejo river. Many of the houses are built into & under the walls of the gorge itself, a tradition which has dated back to pre-historic times. They can live in the gnarled caves & just construct a façade. It’s perfect for blocking the hot & cold temperatures that sweep the country.

The town that is literally living under a rock…

The small town of Setenil de las Bodegas is home to around 3,000 people. The Andalucian town, northeast of Cadiz, Spain, was built along a narrow river gorge eroded by the Rio Trejo river. Many of the houses are built into & under the walls of the gorge itself, a tradition which has dated back to pre-historic times. They can live in the gnarled caves & just construct a façade. It’s perfect for blocking the hot & cold temperatures that sweep the country.

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