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Disclaimer:  Before reading the post below, please read the first part of A Stroll Through Salamanca.   After leaving the Puente Romano, I walked towards the Catedral Nueva and Catedral Vieja (New and Old Cathedrals).  The Old Cathedral was built during the 12th – 15th centuries and the New Cathedral was built during the 16th – 18th centuries.  Both cathedrals are side by side so you will get to visit both for 4… Read More

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Salamanca is a city I have always wanted to visit and this week I finally had the opportunity to see this amazing Spanish town.  I was so impressed with this city that I couldn’t wait to post about it and share my amazing experience.  In addition, I am already planning a return trip this coming Fall. To get to Salamanca, I took the Media Distancia-Renfe train from Chamartin train station in Madrid…. Read More

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Every morning I check the weather to find out if it’s going to be a good day for taking pictures.  I prefer taking photos during partially cloudy days for both sunrise and sunset because I feel that clouds add a bit of drama and intrigue to every shot.  Luckily, the heavens cooperated with me this past week during my trip to Salamanca, Spain.  I couldn’t have asked for a more amazing day… Read More

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