Ceiba pubiflora is a species of deciduous trees in the family Malvaceae native to Paraguay, Bolivia, and Brazil. The plant can reach more than 25 m (82 ft) in height. The species’ status on the IUCN Red List: Least Concern.
Feral cats have either never had any contact with humans or their contacts with humans have diminished over time. They are the same species as pet cats but usually too fearful to be handled or adopted; feral cats are truly wild animals.
The sun-kissed region of Andalusia is famous for its long beaches, beautiful cities, and rich culture that combines Arab and Spanish traditions.
The Gibralfaro Castle (Spanish: Castillo de Gibralfaro) is one of the oldest remaining Moorish castles standing in Spain today. The solid ramparts rising above the pines are the most visible remains of the fortress. It is an architectural masterpiece of the last Moorish Muslim dynasty in the Iberian Peninsula, ruling the Emirate of Granada in the 13th–15th century, and listed as a Cultural Interest Site.
With its subtropical climate, year-round sunshine, and long beaches on the Mediterranean Sea, Almunecar (Spanish: Almuñécar) is one of the most popular tourist destinations in southern Spain. This attractive coastal resort town is located on the Costa Tropical in the province of Granada, Andalusia; it is just 1 hour east of Malaga and 1 hour south of Granada by car.
Salobrena is known as “the jewel of the Costa Tropical” – its long dark sound beaches and pleasant temperatures make the town an ideal all-year-round destination in southern Spain.
Nerja is a cozy, authentic white Andalusian town and seaside resort, close to which there are also beautiful caves and an aqueduct.
The Royal Tobacco Factory (Spanish: Real Fábrica de Tabacos) is an impressive colonial building in Seville, southern Spain, with a fascinating history of the tobacco trade that came to Spain from the Americas.
The Metropol Parasol (Spanish: Las Setas de Sevilla) is an impressive waffle-type crisscrossed wooden structure located in the Plaza de la Encarnación in Seville, the capital and largest city of Andalusia, southern Spain.
A collection of photos of modern silver trams that I took in Seville, the fourth-largest city of Spain.
L’Alcudia is a small Valencian town set between the Mediterranean Sea and the Caroigo Massif, with a typical Mediterranean climate: mild winters and summers.
The Church of St. John of the Monarchs (Spanish: Iglesia de San Juan de los Reyes) is a beautiful Roman Catholic church located in the city of Toledo, in Castile La Mancha region, central Spain.