Cuenca, Spain

Above: Captures from the picturesque town of Cuenca, Spain. During the time of the Spanish Civil War, Cuenca was in the Red Zone. General Franco’s troops took it over in 1938. Today the town of 56,000 is a quiet mix of shops, cathedrals and cafes.

9 responses to “Cuenca, Spain

  1. I love this series…gorgeous! I especially like the old man strumming on his guitar…too cool…plus the close-up of the buildings…great colors!

  2. very delicate post! thanks; )

  3. Lovely series! Good mix to show the beauty of Cuenca!

  4. Beautiful images, I like your style.

  5. Excellent blog! I was instantly drawn to Cuenca because it is many, many years since I’ve visited, but I’m delighted to see it looks much as I remember it.

  6. Great photographs; lovely blog; fascinating series of writings and pictures. Thank you for sharing.

  7. Great shots and interesting blog.

  8. This must have been an extra-ordinary trip. Your shots down the streets are fun to look at. The colors make me wish I could paint. Thanks for following!

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