Hi guys! I’ll be posting a few photos from my visit to Salamanca back in April 2011, when I was on a school exchange in Spain. If you’d like to see more of my trip, you can read my previous posts here (main post – “Castilla y Léon”) and here (“Lago de Sanabria”). One day of the trip we drove to Salamanca with the whole group and spent a day exploring the city. Here’s a few shots I managed to take:

New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).

La Clerecía, Pontificial University of Salamanca.

New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).

New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).

Statue of Fray Luis de Léon, University of Salamanca.

New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).

Plaza de Juan XXIII.

New Cathedral (Catedral Nueva).

Old street of Salamanca with part of the New Cathedral in the background.

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6 Replies to “Spain: Walking Around Salamanca City

  1. Hi, Roselinde. Like all of us can see in your beautiful shots Salamanca is amazing, full of history and great architecture! And of course their people, always trying to help to every tourist if they need something. 🙂

    Regards,
    Rafael

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