Opposite the University of Salamanca , you can see the statue of Fray Luis de Leon sculpted by Nicasio Sevilla. At the end, ... More
Opposite the University of Salamanca , you can see the statue of Fray Luis de Leon sculpted by Nicasio Sevilla. At the end, on the left, is the entrance to the Escuelas Menores (small colleges). The doorway has two semi-circular arches supported by a column and framed by a double alfiz with three imperial shields. In the entrance hall, you'll see the shield of the University with the inscription omnium scientiarum princeps salmantica docet (Salamanca leads in the teaching of all sciences). The courtyard has a lawn, arches and a well.
This bridge over the Tormes River, built in Roman times, linked Merida to Astorga. Of the 26 early arches only
the first 15 are left. The rest disappeared as a result of floods and the passage of time. The ...
This convent with plateresque entrance, originally a Mudejar palace, was founded by Juana Rodriguez de Maldonado in 1533 and now
belongs to Dominican nuns. It's located at the end of the Gran Via. Inside there is a very attractive ...
This powerful image of a wild boar or a bull belonging to the Celtic period of history in Spain is
probably the oldest work of art preserved in the province. When the Romans arrived they respected it as an ...
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