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This 1969 color film about Spain is one of a series of Pan Am Airlines travelogues produced by F.D. and I.L. Kay as a Film Authors Production. El Escorial was built in 1559 by King Philip II (:56-1:24). Crowds cross the busy streets (2:09-2:34). The Museum del Prado is a national art museum of paintings and statues (2:41-3:00). A fountain spins and people row a boat in a park (3:12-3:35). The Catholic Virgin Mary Statue has busy traffic pass by (3:38). Goats are herded up a mountain road (4:10). A horse with packs and a donkey carrying rolls in side baskets pass by (4:35-4:40). A white stork brings a meal to its nest on an ancient bell tower and feeds a baby (4:41-5:03). People drink sherry via port sipping pipes in Jerez (5:10-5:15). A cask is uncorked and sherry pours out (5:16-5:40). A Flamenco dancer performs (5:41-5:55). Trays of food are shown in a fancy restaurant (6:00-6:22). More energetic Flamenco dancing (6:25-7:19). A matador swings his cape at a bull in a bullfight ring (7:20-7:45). Segovia still has its Roman aqueducts (7:53). Avila is a walled city with a Roman castle (8:00-8:15). Toledo has the Cathedral de Toledo (8:31). Chains that kept Christian soldiers captive are still attached to the stone walls (8:44). A sign for the Calle de Toledo de Ohio is shown (8:55). A cable car rises to the Shrine of the Black Virgin of Montserrat (9:20-9:45). The Seville Cathedral is the world’s largest gothic church (9:46-10:05). The spires of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela are shown (10:13). Cordoba (Cordova) was colonized by the Moors (10:46-11:16). Flowers are planted on the sides of the buildings (11:17-11:40). The Great Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba was completed in the 16th century. It has columns made of onyx, marble, jasper, and granite (11:42-12:28). The Alhambra is a palace and fortress in Granada (12:40-13:55). A man hangs decorative lighting structures over a street (14:05). People create designs in the street out of flowers as part of Corpus Christi Day in Cetus (14:07-14:50). The Fiesta of Romeria pilgrimage includes decorative gypsy wagons (14:52-16:30). In Barcelona, a statue of Christopher Columbus points west (16:34-17:12). Unusual architecture in the buildings and cathedral are attributed to the architect Antoni Gaudi (17:22-18:05). A variety of people walk past the flower vendors and disturb pigeons (18:10-18:38). Its Spanish Village was built as part of the 1929 Worlds Fair (18:55-19:15). There is traditional Catalan Sardana dancing outside the Barcelona Cathedral on Sundays (19:18-21:27). The windmills of the Mediterranean island of Majorca pump fresh water from wells (21:26-21:50). Fishermen repair their nets on the dock (21:53-22:19). The beach is full of sunbathers (22:48-23:30). The ‘running of the bulls’ is held in Pamplona (23:55-25:25). A windmill sits on the Great Plain of La Mancha (25:33-26:00). A donkey cart hauls pottery jugs and a child (26:16), and a shepherd herds his sheep (26:25). The Alcazar de Segovia is said to have inspired Disney’s Cinderella Castle (28:05). We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com