Charles V, guardrail of the first floor gallery, patio, Royal Schools, 16th century, Tortosa, Tarragona, Spain. Busts of the kings of the Aragon Crown, from Ramon Berenguer IV to Philip IV are carved in the stone guardrail of the gallery. Founded by Charles V for the purpose of educating the Moors, the Royal Schools are some of the best examples of Renaissance civil architecture in Catalonia. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Charles V, guardrail of the first floor gallery, patio, Royal Schools, 16th century, Tortosa, Tarragona, Spain. Busts of the kings of the Aragon Crown, from Ramon Berenguer IV to Philip IV are carved in the stone guardrail of the gallery. Founded by Charles V for the purpose of educating the Moors, the Royal Schools are some of the best examples of Renaissance civil architecture in Catalonia. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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