Gothic and baroque are the main styles of this construction that was consecrated in 1733.
The 'House of the Shells' According to legend, a treasure is hidden under one of the shells on the fašade of this magnificent residence.
The square was built in the 18th century by Philippe V of Spain to thank the city for its loyalty during the War of the Spanish Succession
Founded in 1419, this convent was built around a splendid cloister.
There are two cathedrals standing side by side: The "old" one dating from the 12th century and the "new" one built in the 16th century.
It is known for being one of the most beautiful squares in all of Spain.
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