• PALACIO CONDE DE LA GRANJA

    This building was a former ancestral home that was reconstructed in the second half of the XVIII century, and conserves an important civil baroque facade.

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  • Img 1: CASTILLO RUINAS GLORIOSAS (CASTLE)

    The chronology of these remains is not clear although it might be a construction of "precalifal" (pre Arabic) origin, where two defensive walls begin. The vestiges point to posterior occupations d...

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  • Img 1: IGLESIA PARROQUIAL DE SANTIAGO EL MAYOR (PAROCHIAL CHURCH)

    The Gothic, the Renaissance and the Baroque are brought together in this temple. Its interior conserves a Francisco Salzillo´s organ from the XVIII century and a group of sculptures in the Chapel...

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  • Img 1: IGLESIA DE SANTAS JUSTA Y RUFINA  (CHURCH)

    In spite of the fact that its origins place it as dating from the Gothic period, later reformations have left details from both the Renaissance and the Baroque.
    The Church houses the exhibit...

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  • The Theatre Circus is an enclosure for spectacles, of French origin, which has the characteristics of a theatre for both theatrical and circus use, as marked by the architectural model of this typ...

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  • Img 1: TORRE CABO ROIG   (TOWER)

    Vigilance from the tower was to prevent assaults by Berber pirates. This building has a cylindrical form and ataluzada at its base. Nowadays it is used as a restaurant, wine store and as a...

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  • Img 1: PUBLIC LIBRARY AND THE FERNANDO DE LOACES HISTORICAL ARCHIVES

    Located in a new building on the site of the former Palace of the Conde de Pinohermoso - built in the XVI century and reformed in XVIII century – all that is conserved of the original palace is a...

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  • With the construction of the University remains were found of Arabic baths, Islamic housings and Gothic and baroque buildings.

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  • Img 1: CONVENT OF SANTO DOMINGO

    The building, originally, was a convent with a college that later became a University. The south facade has a marked horizontal appearance, and presents three access doors, to the church, to the c...

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  • The remains found on this site date back to the end of the Bronze age, although its scientific importance rests on the characteristics presented which allowed investigation into the process giving...

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