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Spanish Colonial style

(1650–1840)
Adobe-brick wall construction covered with a lime wash or plaster characterized this style. Rounded roof beams were extended over porches, which were covered with tile roofs. Missions of the U.S. Southwest were richly ornamented vernacular interpretations of this Baroque-like style.
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Like many Spanish colonial towns, focal point of Bongabon's poblacion is the church dedicated to Saint Francis of Assisi, an unusual patron saint for a town established by Augustinians.
The bridge is believed to be built before 1888, the same time Spanish colonial era churches were being constructed in the province.
"Because we've got something from the Spanish colonial period, we know we are digging in the right place," archaeologist Nesta Anderson said in a press conference Monday.
Therefore, by considering both Lumad and Spanish colonial cultural perspectives equally, she is able to convey that even though the Spaniards might have had a paternalistic vision of the indigenous population of Mindanao, the Lumad in turn had a solid image of themselves.
What were present-day Panama, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela known as in Spanish colonial times?
The sixth volume in the outstanding Saint Joseph's University Press 'Early Modern Catholicism and the Visual Arts' series, "The Art of Painting in Colonial Quito" showcases the painters of Quito in the Kingdom of new Granada in South America during the Spanish colonial period ranging from the 16th to the 19th century.
But the 27-year-old - who lived in the Spanish colonial estate with co-star Kristen Stewart - was hoping to make more cash.
He has written a combination popular history and visitor's guide to the 21 Spanish colonial missions in California.
Baja California Missions: In the Footsteps of the Padres provides a lovely book profiling the eight Spanish colonial churches build on California's Baja peninsula: buildings seldom seen in other titles detailing missions of the region.
The dedication ceremony also recognized the founding of the city of Trujillo 488 years ago on May 18, 1525, during the Spanish colonial era.
The 1920s Spanish Colonial received decades worth of incongruous additions and gradually fell into disrepair but architect Mike Jacobs revived the structure in a nearly two-year-long renovation.
(2) There are fewer studies, however, concerning the pivotal role the extant Spanish colonial law (derecho indiano) played in these events.