The scenery just outside Salamanca.
The scenery little further from Salamanca – a crop of some sort, possibly corn?
The lone skyscraper. I think this is Ávila, but I’m not sure.
A wind farm.
One of the gates into Toledo.
The smallest mosque in Spain. (I think – possibly just Toledo).
One of the towers on the outside of the wall of old Toledo.
Above the gate above.
The rest of Toledo (the new part).
A very ornate staircase.
The staircase’s bannister.
A blanket box.
A writing desk.
Another writing desk.
Mediaeval (or earlier) graffiti.
A tapestry which apparently depicts Creation.
The New Testament (in pictures).
A scene of mediaeval life.
We couldn’t work out what this was – something about officers and something about a school. Military? Police? We have no idea.
A pipe band and dancers. Galician?
Well, just one pipe, plus a drum, a juggler, and some dancers.
A building with a clock. No idea what this is, but it looked old.
A souvenir shop.
The main side door of the Cathedral.
Jesus (I think). About six stories tall.
The outside of the sanctuary.
The inside of the sanctuary. Each of the fourteen niches contains a life-size collection of statues depicting scenes from the New Testament.
The sanctuary, with some people to give you an idea of size.
Ceramic tiles like this menorah were all over the ground in the Jewish Sector.
And these Hebrew letters.
A ruined bridge (or something) in the river just outside Toledo.
Another cathedral. There was a wedding (or something) going on inside.
The bridge out of Toledo.