Santiago Cathedral

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Going up to the Cathedral rooftops, at a height of 30 metres above Plaza del Obradoiro, gives you some of the best views of the squares...
Santiago de Compostela´s Romanesque Cathedral is the fourth building erected on the site of the Apostle James´ mausoleum. The first...
The centre of the square is not a bad place, the same as the arches of Raxoi Palace, to stand facing the Cathedral if you have a wide-angle lens....
The bareness of Plaza de la Quintana acquires special value with the effect of the light on the stone. Midday enables you to photograph the...
Plaza de la Inmaculada is bordered by the Monastery of San Martiño Pinario and the Cathedral´s Azabachería façade,...
`Quintana´ is the same as `praça´ and both words were used in the Middle Ages to define open spaces for public use. The...
The Cathedral's south square, which is called after the silversmiths workshops occupying the arches underneath the cloister since the Middle...
How difficult it is to photograph its 7,700-metre surface area! Being surrounded by monumental buildings, it is not easy to get a complete...
 Plaza del Obradoiro is the monumental centre of Santiago de Compostela. Its Galician name seems to be derived from the workshops of the...
One of the most repeated photographs of the monumental district is the one from Paseo de los Leones, in Alameda Park: tree branches in the...