This one’s a card I got from Spain! What you see here is the Millennium Dome of Valladolid, a city located in the province of the same name (which is kind of in the northwestern part of the country). Valladolid sits at where the rivers Pisuerga and Esgueva meet, right in the northern part of the city. It’s known for hosting a Holy Week, or Easter week, that features a number of processions with some immaculate religious statues and was actually considered to be a Festival (or Fiesta) of International Tourist Interest in 1980 (which is an official title awarded based on a number of criteria).  Valladolid is also known for its castles, its winegrowing, and for hosting an International Film Festival. What’s depicted here is the Millennium Dome, which is a site that hosts things such as concerts, exhibitions and sports events. This building was built in 2008 by architect Enric Ruiz Geli, and as you can see, it has the ability to change colors! Well, actually you can’t tell that just based on this picture, but just take my word for it! At times it will change to the colors of the Spanish flag (red and yellow) as well. For some reason this dome looks much smaller in the picture than it actually is – it supposedly covers nearly 1,700 square meters! So it’s kinda like my skull – normal-sized on the outside, but peering inwards you notice there is a ton of open space! Hehehe. Thank you so much for this cool postcard, Juanjo!