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Don’t miss the Cathedral Museum! You will be able to see with your own eyes small pieces of Santiago’s history and its...
The Cathedral’s west entrance was finished in 1188 with the culmination of Romanesque sculpture: the “Pórtico de la...
The exhibition has two sections, one of biographical content that proposes an itinerary throught the life of Antonio Fraguas, with special...
The medieval Cathedral’s three main entrances still exist today, although due to successive modifications, they lost the unity of their...
18th Century. Neoclassical.  This neoclassical building of huge columns was erected with drawings of Melchor de Prado between 1769 and...
While St. John’s Bonfire Night is taking place, Santiago hosts a festival, for the thirth year in a row, with a traditional market and a ...
16th century. The construction of the present-day building was commissioned in 1501 by the Catholic Monarchs in order to take care of the sick...
18th c. Neoclassical.  This very simple church was designed by Miguel Ferro Caaveiro, modified by Ventura Rodríguez and...
17th c. Baroque.  The Church of the Society is located beside the Literary University. It was built by the Jesuits in the 17th century....
18th c. Neoclassical.  This church, situated in one of the city's oldest areas, was erected by Prado Mariño on the site of a...