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Black arquitecture in Guadalajara, finally THE TOURISTIC ATTRACTION YOU DONT FIND IN LONELY PLANET΄S GUIDES. Half open doors are always kind of invitation to look inside, a mistery to discover... Do you think I have to much imagination? Them I΄ll go to the facts: In the region of Guadalajara, in this part of the world knows as Spain, there΄re some villages called the black arquitecture because they are made out of pizarre stone. It was a poor land, very poor, so much that it became almost empty when all the inhabitants emigrated to great cities like Madrid, Barcelona or Bilbao; but as the places were as poors as beauties, with the raising of the rural tourism this villages have reborn for good of all of us. This photo is also courious because of the light reflected in the roof: Do you think is overexposed? Well, maybe but also could happen that the silver dust very, usual in this land, is shining under the sun (some of this days I΄ll post the photo of a abandoned silver mine that looks like the perfect set for a scary movie). Take care.

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Additional Photos by Miguel Parra Jimenez (MiguelP) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1922 W: 57 N: 3107] (14470)
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