Wednesday, August 26, 2015


A bronze of Antonio Machado, native son and poet 

Baeza market

Palacio de los Salcedos - according to Lonely Planet, "'The only part of this 16th-century palace that is genuine is the facade, the rest is authentic-looking-looking faux, ranging from the intricate carved and painted ceilings to the murals, columns and arches." Everybody's a critic...

Baeza tourist office

Ayunamiento, or town hall

Plenty of other charming buildings and streets are on offer

Gate is part of the Moorish fortifications

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