|A beautiful graveyard in Galicia, Spain|
On our cruise from Barcelona to Dover, we spent one day in Galicia, Spain. We made a stop at a graveyard that was the site of a Church that had burned down hundreds of years before. As most everything is made from stone in this area, much of the outer walls of the Church structure remained. The graveyard was then placed in front. I thought is was an ingenious use of the space.
Definitely a gargoyle post - the graves were so beautifully decorated and there were flowers everywhere!
|Burned down Church made of local stone|
I loved walking around the reading the names of the deceased. Spanish names are so beautiful anyway, and in such a tranquil setting ...
|My friend Neil photographing the graveyard|