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The Sar neighbourhood is called after the river passing through it. The medieval village arose alongside the city's traditional...
Founded: 17th century. Style: baroque. The Convent of Mercedarian Nuns, founded in the second half of the 17th century, is located beyond the...
Founded: 13th century. Current style: baroque. Located to the north of the city walls, Santiago de Compostela’s Convent of Santa Clara was...
Founded: 14th c. Current style: baroque. The enclosed Convent of Belvís, founded in the early 14th century by Dominican friars from the...
Founded: 18th c. Style: Carmelite. Facing the impressive façade of the enclosed Convent of Santa Clara is the discrete and austere...
Loureiros leads to Santa Clara street, which ends at the discrete and austere Convent of El Carmen. Granite masonry defines the...
Going through the San Roque neighbourhood, with its blocks of houses huddled together, you come to Costa Vella, which is very photogenic from the...
The street Cardenal Payá takes us to Plaza de Mazarelos, which features the only existingarchway from the medieval walls. The...
Returning to Porta do Camiño enables us to travel along the final metres of the Way of St. James towards the Cathedral. Walking...
The old Dominican Convent of San Domingos not only houses the Museo do Pobo Galego (ethnographic museum), but also an architectural marvel of all...