Fountain of Palacio de Doña Leonor

Fountain of Palacio de Doña Leonor

Spanish colonial architecture was based on a central patio with fountain (most of the time) surrounded by rooms. This rebuilt building is a good example of this type of layout.

Sidenote:
I want to thank Ham from London DP for helping me with a more thorough daily photo sidebar. He pointed out to me that there is a DailyPhoto link repository so I can keep an updated list of the DP on my sidebar. He also sent me a link to the DailyPhoto Forum where we can share ideas, tips or just plain answers for easier DP blogging. Thus, I have added a Daily Photo Tools to my sidebar where I have these links as well as DP map. I also added it the Random City for easy navigation to other Daily Photo Cities.

I also want to thank the 41 Daily Photo Cities who have link this site as of May 19th, 2006.

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