The Plateresque façade of this place is famous all over the world. The filigree work contains symbolic imagery that ... More
Universidad de Salamanca
The Plateresque façade of this place is famous all over the world. The filigree work contains symbolic imagery that gives rise to numerous legends. If you can identify the image of a frog, you're sure to have good luck, so the story goes. The university's treasures include fabulous tapestries in the central hall, staircases with plateresque reliefs, paintings by Juan de Flandes in the high gallery and Europe's first university library.
Very close to the Plaza Mayor and facing the small, quiet Plaza de los Sexmeros, you will find this lovely
little Romanesque church, founded when the city was repopulated. The church has been renovated a number of times and ...
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 ...
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 ...
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