Plaza de la Seo is one of the most important squares in Zaragoza, Spain. Just south of Rio Ebro and opposite Plaza del Pilar, the square is home to the Catedral del Salvador which is part of the World Heritage Site Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon.
It was Election Day when we decided to go back to Manila from Buscalan. There was no habal-habal in sight, so we decided to walk back all the way to Brgy. Bugnay. We were only given one specific direction by those we encountered on the road: if you see the small foot bridge, you know […]
One of the air vents for the crypt in St. Peter’s Basilica, Rome, 2012. “There are over 100 tombs within St. Peter’s Basilica (extant to various extents), many located in the Vatican grotto, beneath the Basilica. These include 91 popes, St. Ignatius of Antioch, Holy Roman Emperor Otto II, and the composer Giovanni Pierluigi da […]
Map of Portugal, part of the map of the world made with tiles at the Belem District near the Monument of Discoveries. Here’s how the map looks like from above: A note about Footnote: Footnote is an ongoing photo series featuring my, well… feet, taken in different places around the world. Click here if you […]
“Spain has its Kilometre Zero in the centre of the Puerta del Sol in Madrid (incidentally, the clock of the old Royal House of the Post Office, in front of which the plaque is located, marks the official time in Spain, according to the urban legend). The plaque that marks this point was turned around […]