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Going north from the Plaza Mayor , you will see this enormous church, in a shopping area. It was built in the 19th century in ... More
Iglesia de San Juan de Sahagún
Going north from the Plaza Mayor , you will see this enormous church, in a shopping area. It was built in the 19th century in honour of San Juan de Sahagún, the patron saint of Salamanca. It's an example of 19th century revivalist architecture, with some Romanesque and Gothic features. Take a look at the pointed bell-tower, inspired by the cathedral's Torre del Gallo (Cock Tower), and inside the magnificent sculptures of saints from extinct parishes.
This late Gothic style convent, founded in 1512 by Alonso Fonseca, is located in a very quiet street opposite San
Francisco park. At the entrance you will see the founder's shield, with five bright stars held by an angel. ...
In the center of Plaza de San Cristóbal, very close to the Gran Vía, you'll find this simple Romanesque solid
looking church. It was founded in the 12th century, and was used as a school for generations until it ...
Built between 1729 and 1755, the square is the city's central attraction, a masterpiece of Spanish Baroque architecture. Behind the
impressive arches, there are numerous bars and cafes with terraces in the summer to enjoy daily city life passing ...
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