Cueva de Salamanca heftetSpansk, 2014


La cueva de Salamanca is a classic of Baroque Spanish literature that has been featured in numerous anthologies. The cave was a center of pilgrimage for travelers visiting Salamanca and also appears in a poem by Walter Scott. Many believe that in ancient times it served as a sacred place for sun worshipers. The myth of the cave is associated with the figure of the Marquis Don Enrique de Villena, who while in the cave managed to trick the Devil and escape his influence.