Castile–Leon and Castile–La Mancha Sights

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Casas Colgadas

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As if Cuenca's famous Casas Colgadas, suspended impossibly over the cliffs below, were not eye-popping enough, they also house one of...

Cathedral of Santa María La Mayor

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This cathedral looms large and casts an enormous shadow in the evening throughout the adjacent Plaza Mayor. Built during the Gothic era...

Ciudad Encantada

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Not a city at all, the Ciudad Encantada, 35 km (22 miles) north of Cuenca, is a series of large and fantastic mushroom-like rock formations...

Convento de las Carmelitas Descalzas

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

A short walk north of San Miguel is the Menendez Pelayo University, originally a convent used in the 17th century and still called Convento...

Iglesia de San Miguel

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Due west of the cathedral, this church overlooks the Huecar River. Built in the 13th century, rebuilt in the 18th, and restored in the...

Museo Diocesano Catedralicio

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In what were once the cellars of the Bishop's Palace, this museum's beautiful collection includes a jewel-encrusted, Byzantine diptych...

Puente de San Pablo

  • Bridge/Tunnel

The 16th-century stone footbridge over the Huécar gorge was fortified with iron in 1903 for the convenience of the Dominican monks of...

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