As we keep moving across northwest Spain, it’s impossible not to be awestruck by cathedrals, castles, and palaces. But some of the most surprising — and often moving — art is right in the streets. These 14th century stone carvings on an old neighborhood fountain in Pontevedra in Galicia are a case in point, with Adam and Eve staring across the centuries as Eve plucks yet another fruit from the Tree of Knowledge.
Posted by David Lyon, Globe Correspondent
Photo by David Lyon for the Boston Globe