Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Sights

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Basílica de San Vicente

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North of Ávila's cathedral, this much-venerated Romanesque basilica was founded on the supposed site where St. Vincent was martyred...

Capilla di Mosén Rubí

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Renaissance stained glass by Nicolás de Holanda illuminates this elegant chapel (circa 1516). An excellent example of late Gothic and...

Casa de los Deanes

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This 15th-century building houses the cheerful Museo Provincial de Ávila, full of local archaeology and folklore. Part of the museum's...

Catedral de San Salvador

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The battlement apse of Ávila's cathedral forms the most impressive part of the city's walls. Entering the town gate to the right of...

Convento de San José

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A cluster of houses joined together, the convent was founded in the late 16th century by St. Teresa of Ávila and is still in use. You...

Convento de Santa Teresa

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Inside the south wall on the corner of Calle Dama and Plaza de la Santa, this convent was founded in the 17th century on the site of...

Ermita de San Segundo

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At the west end of the town walls, next to the river in a farmyard largely hidden by poplars, this small Romanesque hermitage was founded...

Monasterio de la Encarnación

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This is the convent where St. Teresa first took orders—scandalously, without her father's permission—and was based for almost 40...

Mysticism Interpretation Center

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The only such museum of its kind in Europe, this small modern museum is devoted to the idea made famous by Ávila's native daughter,...

Real Monasterio de Santo Tomás

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In a most unlikely location—among housing projects a good 10-minute walk from the walls—you will find one of the most important religious...

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