Spanish architecture refers to architecture carried out in any area in what is now modern-day Spain, and by Spanish architects worldwide. The term includes buildings within the current geographical limits of Spain before this name was given to those territories (whether they were called Iberia, Hispania, Al-Andalus or were formed of several Christian kingdoms). Due to its historical and geographical diversity, Spanish architecture has drawn from a host of influences.
Since the first known inhabitants in the Iberian peninsula, the Iberians around 4000 BC and later on the Celtiberians, Iberian architecture started to take shape in parallel with other architectures around the Mediterranean and others from Northern Europe.
Palacio de Cristal or the Glass Palace in the Parque Del Retiro, Madrid.
Glass Palace can be seen through.
View of the Cathedral of Cadiz.
Plaza Sorrilla, Valladolid.
Church of Saints and Manuel Benito in Madrid.
Area Mayor, Salamanca.
Panoramic view of Mayor in Salamanca Square.
Basilica of St. Vincent.
Monument to King Alfonso XII in Madrid.
Pond fishing huts.
Cathedral in Cuenca.
Cathedral of La Seo in Zaragoza.
Monument to Saint Esteban.
Cathedral-Basilica of the Holy Virgin.
La Almudena Cathedral in Madrid.
City Hall in Cadiz.