These old grain stores were specially constructed to keep rats and mice out.
Beautiful horreos or whatever they are called in Portugal. They are very typical in O Galiza also. Big _like :-) nik
Thanks nik for enlightening me on their proper name-which is the same in Portugal. I'm not surprised you have them in Galicia, which is just north of here. Best wishes - Jim
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Greetings,from Shanghai Pozlp
Thanks very much again Pozip for you like and kind comment. Best wishes - bb
Great shot Jim! (L) :)
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Thanks very much Rεηάtα. Regards - Jim
Very beautiful view! LIKE!
Thanks again Georgy. Best wishes - bb
Really interesting architecture, so very nice photo. Thanks for the sharing.
Thanks very much GGR. I hope it's warmer where you are; my fingers are almost too cold to type on the computer keyboard! Warm regards from a cold cottage! - Jim
Warmest greetings. :)GGR
Thanks so much for the "warmth" GGR. it's much needed here! Cheers - Jim
Photo intéressante. like. Amicalement. kaouana.
Thanks very much kaouyana for your like and making kind comments on many of my photos. Greetings from beamish boy - IRELAND
BEAUTIFUL COMPOSITION LIKE IT
lucie A - Thank you very much Annie. All the best for the New Year of 2011.
australien67h - Thanks very much. Season's Greetings to you.
All best wishes to you both.
When I first saw the picture I thought they were tombs. Grain stores make sense, great shot as well. LIKE
Thanks very much 3_Wheels for your visit and like. I had the same impression as you when I first saw a picture of these in a guide book. I guess the crosses on top are meant to give Divine protection as well! Greetings and best wishes from beamish boy - IRELAND
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Photo taken in Lindoso, Portugal
Misplaced? Suggest new location