The Spanish Buildings and Monuments ClipArt gallery offers 27 illustrations of churches, cathedrals, government buildings, castles, monuments, and other famous Spanish structures.

Interior of the Alcazar, Seville.

Alcazar

Interior of the Alcazar, Seville.

"Alcazar in Segovia. Alcazar is the name of many castles and palaces in Spain. Ciudad-Rodrigo, Cordova, Segovia, toledo and Seville have alcazars."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Alcazar

"Alcazar in Segovia. Alcazar is the name of many castles and palaces in Spain. Ciudad-Rodrigo, Cordova,…

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

Alhambra

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

Alhambra

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

The Alhambra which translates "the red fortress" was constructed during the mid 14th century as a palace and fortress by the Moorish rulers in Granada, Spain. It is most famous for its Islamic architecture.

Alhambra

The Alhambra which translates "the red fortress" was constructed during the mid 14th century as a palace…

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

Alhambra

Scene from the story, "The Alhambra."

The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex of the Moorish rulers of Granada in southern Spain.

The Alhambra

The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex of the Moorish rulers of Granada in southern Spain.

This image depicts a market in front of The Aqueduct of Segovia, located in Segovia, Spain. It was built by the Romans to provide water to the city from the Frio River.

Aqueduct

This image depicts a market in front of The Aqueduct of Segovia, located in Segovia, Spain. It was built…

A town in the southern part of Madrid in central Spain

Aranjuez

A town in the southern part of Madrid in central Spain

The Asinelli and Garisenda Towers, Bologna.

Asinelli and Garisenda Towers

The Asinelli and Garisenda Towers, Bologna.

Alcazar in Segovia, Spain.

Castle

Alcazar in Segovia, Spain.

Convent of Santa Maria La Rabida at Palos

Convent of Santa Maria La Rabida at Palos

Convent of Santa Maria La Rabida at Palos

The Mosque of Cordoba was a former mosque and today is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located in the Andalusian city of Cordoba, Spain. It was built into a mosque by the Umayyad Dynasty. The structure is most notable for its interior large arches, and over 1,000 columns that are made out of jasper, onyx, marble and granite.

Mosque of Cordoba

The Mosque of Cordoba was a former mosque and today is a Roman Catholic Cathedral located in the Andalusian…

This image depicts The Court of Myrtles, also known as El Patio de los Arrayanes. This patio is located within the Alhambra in Granada, Spain. It was built in the 13th and 14th centuries and is the most celebrated of all Muslim patios.

The Court of Myrtles

This image depicts The Court of Myrtles, also known as El Patio de los Arrayanes. This patio is located…

This image depicts the door leading to the Puente Romano, a Roman bridge in Cordoba, Spain.

The Door of the Roman Bridge

This image depicts the door leading to the Puente Romano, a Roman bridge in Cordoba, Spain.

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and a mausoleum. It is situated on the south-eastern versant of the Sierra de Guadarrama, on the borders of New Castile, about 27 miles N.W. of Madrid and Avila." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Escorial

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and…

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and a mausoleum. It is situated on the south-eastern versant of the Sierra de Guadarrama, on the borders of New Castile, about 27 miles N.W. of Madrid and Avila." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Escorial

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and…

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and a mausoleum. It is situated on the south-eastern versant of the Sierra de Guadarrama, on the borders of New Castile, about 27 miles N.W. of Madrid and Avila." &mdash Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Escorial

"One of the most remarkable buildings in Europe, comprising at once a convent, a church, a palace, and…

The tower of Giralda is a mosque in Seville.

Giralda

The tower of Giralda is a mosque in Seville.

This image depicts the towers of a castle, La Torre del Clavero, in Salamaca, Spain.

La Torre del Clavero

This image depicts the towers of a castle, La Torre del Clavero, in Salamaca, Spain.

The monastery of Val di Cristo in southern Spain.

Monastery of Val di Cristo

The monastery of Val di Cristo in southern Spain.

View of Palos. The pile of buildings in this view, standing upon the bluff, is the ancient Church of St. George.

Palos

View of Palos. The pile of buildings in this view, standing upon the bluff, is the ancient Church of…

The Pinzon Mansion, the family, Martin Alonzo Pinzon and Vincent Yanez Pinzon commanded the <em>Pinta</em> and the <em>Mina</em>.

Pinzon Mansion

The Pinzon Mansion, the family, Martin Alonzo Pinzon and Vincent Yanez Pinzon commanded the Pinta

The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of the King of Spain, located in Madrid. King Juan Carlos and the royal family do not actually reside in this palace, instead choosing the smaller Palacio de la Zarzuela, on the outskirts of Madrid. However, the Palacio Real de Madrid is still used for state occasions. The palace is owned by the Spanish state and administered by the Patrimonio Nacional agency. The palace also has the distinction of being the largest royal palace in Western Europe in size, with over a combined area of over 135,000 m<sup>2</sup> and more than 2,800 rooms.

Royal Palace, Madrid

The Royal Palace of Madrid is the official residence of the King of Spain, located in Madrid. King Juan…

This illustration shows a bridge leading in to the town of Saragossa, Spain. Saragossa is a city famous for holding invaders during numerous wars.

Saragossa

This illustration shows a bridge leading in to the town of Saragossa, Spain. Saragossa is a city famous…

This image depicts a man and a donkey walking under The Tower of Justice, the original entrance gate to the Alhambra. The Alhambra is a fortress in Granada, Spain that was built in 1348 by Yusuf I.

The Tower of Justice

This image depicts a man and a donkey walking under The Tower of Justice, the original entrance gate…

Valladolid's Cathedral, also called Cathedral of Nuestra Se&ntilde;ora de la Asunci&oacute;n, was designed by Juan de Herrera.

Valladolid Cathedral

Valladolid's Cathedral, also called Cathedral of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, was designed…