Setenil de las Bodegas is a small town in Spain that sits along a gorge in the Rio Trejo. Rather than working around this topography, many of the buildings are built directly into the rock face. Only 3,000 people live there, but it has become a tourist destination because of its unique architecture.
Story by Tony Manfred and editing by Kristen Griffin
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