Sunset, Jemaa el-Fnaa; Marrakech, Morocco

Sunset, Jemaa el-Fnaa; Marrakech, Morocco

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Caught; Ronda, Andalucia, Spain

Caught; Ronda, Andalucia, Spain

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Capilla de San Juan de Letrán; Zahara de la Sierra, Spain

Capilla de San Juan de Letrán; Zahara de la Sierra, Spain

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Bebouch Stall; Marrakech, Morocco

Bebouch Stall; Marrakech, Morocco

A common street food in Morocco, Bebouch (Snail soup) is an earthy, chewy, and maybe a little slimy soup, that is packed with so many spices, it tingles the back of the throat, to the point where locals claim it treatment for a sore throat.

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The Patterns Above; Seville Cathedral, Andalucia, Spain

The Patterns Above; Seville Cathedral, Andalucia, Spain

Also known as the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, the Roman Catholic cathedral in Seville is the largest cathedral in the world. Taking over 100 years to build, it was completed in 1528 and houses 80 chapels, and a central nave that runs 60m long and 42m high (the rib vaulting of which is pictured here). It also serves as the burial site of Christopher Columbus.

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