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Twilight from the Pigeon Steps on Midsummer Eve. #astoriaoregonart ... See MoreSee Less

Twilight from the Pigeon Steps on Midsummer Eve. #astoriaoregonart

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What a lovely, little town. Don't you miss the big city?

Looks like you're enjoying your new home.

A very unusual house perched (literally) on the bank of the Columbia River near Pixie Park in Columbia City. It looks to be a modern replica of a number of 19th century architectural styles. Does anyone know the story of this elegant but puzzling residence? #columbiacityoregon ... See MoreSee Less

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All I could find was the description “interesting house” but you already knew that 😉. But also some history of the town. We’ll have to stop there next time we drive that direction. columbiariverimages.com/Regions/Places/columbia_city.html

I believe that's known as the "gonna fall into a river" style

Oh my! It almost looked authentic in your photo, but after looking at the latest real estate listing: www.zillow.com/homedetails/1930-The-Strand-Columbia-City-OR-97018/62750492_zpid/ it appears to be a McMansion snout house cloaked in a Queen Anne garb

Lovejoy Fountain (c.1965) part of an urban promenade on the south end of downtown Portland designed by Lawrence Halprin to evoke a ‘sense of place’ in the PNW. The linear park includes 3 fountains and an overall thematic continuity. #landscapearchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

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Love the sound of the fountain, interesting architecture and landscaping----an aspect of Portland that I've never seen.

Beautiful!

Metropol Parasol (2011) designed by German architect Jurgen Mayer; is a defining urban landmark in Old Seville. #setasdesevilla ... See MoreSee Less

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Very strange!

The Royal Alcazar in Seville. Built by the Moorish rulers in Andalusia in the 12th century, later occupied by Christian royalty after the re-conquest. #sevillehistorytour ... See MoreSee Less

Flamenco in Seville. Astounding physicality and emotion. #flamencodance ... See MoreSee Less

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I miss seeing the female dancer in the huge, swishy skirt!

Bullfighting ring in Seville. An 18th century landmark in Seville that represents a unique aspect of the Spanish cultural heritage. #plazadetorossevilla ... See MoreSee Less

Allamillo Bridge (1992) A cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge by noted Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, built for Seville’s Expo 92. It was a soccer weekend in Seville! #realbetisbalompie ... See MoreSee Less

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Calatrava's designs are so impressive!

San Luis de Los Franceses (1699-1731) by master Seville architect, Leonardo de Figueroa. Baroque on steroids. #sevillarchitecture ... See MoreSee Less

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Have a great trip! Look forward to hearing all about it when you return.

Magnificent! So much gold!

Iglesia de Santa Ana; originally a mosque on this site, rebuilt as a church in the 16th century. The minaret structure still stands as a bell tower. #mudejargranada ... See MoreSee Less

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1492 ----- the beginning of the Inquisition.

The Mezquita, a tenth century mosque converted to a fifteenth century cathedral. In my book, the mosque wins. #cordovaspain🇪🇸 ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for sharing your experience in Cordova.

The UMass campus features several buildings erected in the past few years that match the innovative audacity of the highly visible MCM buildings of over a half century ago. Check out the history of the Massachusetts Bulger family! #whiteybulger ... See MoreSee Less

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