National Geographic March 1929
Barcelona, Pride of the Catalans
Spiritual capital of Spain’s Catalan population, a hardy, clanny race of mariners and traders, vibrant Barcelona is a star in the firmament of Mediterranean ports.
On the Bypaths of Spain
Spanish roads less traveled by tourists wind past the Alhambra of Granda ( palace of Moorish kings) , the bustling docks of Alicante, and the prolific date palms of Elche.
Seville, More Spanish Than Spain: The City of the Ibero- American Exposition, Which Opens This Spring, Presents a Tapestry of Many Ages and of Nations Old and New
Bustling modernity and the timeless glory of Old Spain coexist in
1 in stock