The Iglesia de la Ermita Nueva, rebuilt in the 20th century and dedicated to the Virgen de Gracia or Our Lady of Grace, in the Barrio de la cuevas or Barrio troglodyte, an area housing half the population of Guadix in troglodyte dwellings, underground cave homes dug into the rock built to keep out the heat of the summer and the cold of the winter, Guadix, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The strange rock formations or badlands are formed by erosion of marine geological deposits. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Iglesia de la Ermita Nueva, rebuilt in the 20th century and dedicated to the Virgen de Gracia or Our Lady of Grace, in the Barrio de la cuevas or Barrio troglodyte, an area housing half the population of Guadix in troglodyte dwellings, underground cave homes dug into the rock built to keep out the heat of the summer and the cold of the winter, Guadix, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The strange rock formations or badlands are formed by erosion of marine geological deposits. Picture by Manuel...
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