BILBAO - NOVEMBER 2008
"ABANDO - The railway station, called Abando-Indalecio Prieto and locally known as Estación del Norte, is the main station in Bilbao. It has an amazing artistic stained glass at the atrium showing all the economic activities in Vizcaya"
"CHURCH - Near the Gran Via"
"FOSTERITOS - Access to the metro is provided by glass structures named «Fosteritos», after the architect who designed them Norman Foster"
"CITY HALL - Seen from the Arenal Bridge, with reflections on the River Nervion"
"SOROLLA - «Vision of Spain» by the Valencian Artist Joaquin Sorolla, a collection that gathers fourteen great canvases, was commissioned by the Hispanic Society of America at the beginning of the 20th Century. The fourteen murals, representing the Provinces of Spain, were installed in December 1922, although they were not officially inaugurated until January 1926. Since then, the paintings have remained practically untouched, but due to a full restoration of the Sorolla Room, they travelled to Spain..."
"NECESITAMOS PAZ (WE NEED PEACE) - Provincial Government House"
"CHAVARRI PALACE - Old mansion completed in 1894 for the Chavarri brothers, engineers who contributed to Vizcaya's industrial development. The building with a colourful marble front presents a great number of windows and balconies, each in its own shape and style. It's home to the Government Headquarters nowadays"
"DEUSTO UNIVERSITY - And the Pedro Arrupe «Pasarela»"
"DE LA SALVE BRIDGE - Under the full moon"
"FIRE SCULPTURE - At the terrace of the Guggen"