National Geographic : 1957 Oct
577 Claude Jacoby, Pix Guadix Worshipers Say Their Paternosters and Ave Marias in a Grotto Chapel This city near Granada includes one of the largest troglodyte populations in the world. The cave quarter covers roughly a square mile where not only dwellings but stores, taverns, schools, and churches are below ground. Like the chimneys of the homes, the chapel thrusts its spire above the surface. Many gypsies give special veneration to Sara, legendary Egyptian handmaiden to St. Mary Salome and St. Mary Jacobe.