First glimpse of the Roman
aqueduct in Segovia.
A turn in the aqueduct
The Old City Walls at the point
where the aqueduct enters.
Just before entering the Old city
the aqueduct crosses a valley and
is 39 metres high.
Plaza de Azoguejo and the
pedestrian only Calle del Carmen.
The aqueduct from the Old
City Walls..
The aqueduct and the Plaza
de Azoguejo.
The aqueduct was built in 1 AD by the
Romans without Mortar from granite
blocks. It was 16 KM long.
Late, late editions to the aqueduct:
Coat of Arms of Segovia and a Cross.
View of the aqueduct from a
cafe in the Plaza.
The Homage Tower of the
Alcazar of Segovia
Turret on the west side of the well
balcony of the Alcazar of Segovia.
The well balcony at the "prow"
of the Alcazar of Segovia.
The Sundial Tower of the Keep.
The drawbridge to the Alcazar as
seen from atop the Tower of John II.
Looking out over the Alcazar and
the Homage tower from the Tower
of John II.
River gorge that passes by the
Alcazar.
Coniferous trees and the Cordillera
mountains in the distance.
Best photo I could manage of the
Alcazar.  A park obscures it.
A 16th Century Castillan altarpiece
of 17 panels in the Alcazar chapel.
The Hall of Monarchs depicting
monarchs of Asturias, Castile and Leon.

A modern stained glass window
made by a local artist.
The Iglesia de la Veracruz, a 12
sided 13th Century church built by
the Knights Templar.
The Cathedral of Segovia built
in 1577.
Old Segovia and its Cathedral
The Bell tower of the Cathedral
of Segovia.
Pedestrian street though the
Old City of Segovia.
The Candido Mesonario de Mayor de
Castillan where a parade of chefs
and people in period dress formed up.
Parade of chefs with food through
the streets of Segovia.
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The Alcazar of Segovia.  A Medieval Castle on this site burned
down in 1862 and the castle was rebuilt in fanciful style.
The Tower of John II in the
Alcazar.  140 steps up from the
gift shop.
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