979-6607 - Views from an open air fruit market in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal. Funchal is the capital of the Madeira Islands of Portugal. Funchal is also the largest city on the islands and with its neighbouring boroughs has over 150,000 inhabitants. Madeira's capital for more than five centuries, Funchal is said to have been named as such because of the abundance of fennel (funcho - in Portuguese) that was growing there. It was founded by JoÃ£o GonÃ§alves Zarco in 1421 and was elevated to city status by King Manuel I of Portugal in 1508. No model or property releases available for this photo.
817-66844 - Monkfish and Gernika peppers on skewer, Cuisine School Luis Irizar, Donostia-San Sebastian, Gipuzkoa, Euskadi, Spain, / Brocheta de Rape con Pimientos de Gernika, Escuela de Cocina Luis Irizar, Donostia, San Sebastian, Euskadi.