I remember not putting up a lot of pictures of the arches and ceilings structures in the cathedrals, bridges, and gates, because there are only so many pictures a person can put up.
Here are some neat ones that I enjoy:
|Leon cathedral--a simpler vaulting design, but still beautiful and functional.|
|Gate in Leon, with Roman centurion atop.|
|Medieval or Roman bridge. I think this is the bridge that is famous for the Paso de Honor.|
The Paso de Honor is a story of some fellow that was rejected by a lady and took it *way* too personally. He tied himself on one end of the bridge and announced that he was going to fight all comers until either he died or decided that his "wounded" honor was repaired. And he fought a number of fights before getting it out of his system. I find myself not in sympathy with the fellow at all. Maybe he really was a bad match, if that was how he took a rejection.