Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Wordless 42


How does this Spanish landmark fit into American History and literature?

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Last week’s explanation regarding the coins can be found here, and below you'll find an interior image of the building above.


Thanks for comments and guesses. The explanation for the above pictures can be found here.

7 comments:

Starrlight said...

Well the alamo it is not!

griftdrift said...

I actually knew this one off the top of my head!

That's the Alhambra. It's a palace/fortress built by the Moors when they occupied Spain. It's famous for its beauty and artwork.

griftdrift said...

Oh! I forgot the main part of the question! Had to look this part up.

Washington Irving once stayed there and wrote a series of short stories titled "Tales of the Alhambra".

Did not know that.

Beckaboo said...

Wow! And I just thought it was pretty!!

Michael - Lover of Amy said...

Good learning if they (above me) aqre correct. I went with some aged photos of my immigrant family. It's been a while, hope all is well with you.

Andrée said...

that's fascinating! the photos are wonderful.

EHT said...

Thanks for visiting and guessing....Grift Drift takes the honors this week. The pictures are of the Alhambra in Spain and Washington Irving did indeed reside in the palace for a time while he was researching a book on Christopher Columbus. Irving will be a topic of a post very soon.