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Pena de Penadauga
A mythical rock closely linked to the “Romería de la Santa Isabel” pilgrimage; it is attributed with healing powers in the...
Chapel of Santa Minia
In the shade of the centuries-old carballeira (oak grove) there rises the chapel of Santa Minia, which houses the remains of a Roman saint...
Church of San Xiao de Luaña
The church of San Xiao de Luaña was built at the end of the 18th century in neoclassical style on the original structure from the...
Church of Santa María de Ons
According to Jacobean tradition, this parish was where one of the Apostle James’ first miracles took place. The disciples carrying the...
Church of San Xurxo de Codeseda
The first news of Cosededa parish date from the end of the 9th century and beginning of the 10th century, when Bishop Sisnando of Iria mentioned...
Cruceiro de Vilariño
Located at a crossroads at the entrance of the village of the same name, the stone cross of Vilariño was erected beside a fountain. It...
Way of the Cross of Sorribas
In an area of outstanding natural beauty, in 1698, an emigrant ordered the construction of this ensemble that covers 200 metres and features a...
Fonte do Carme
In Padrón, beside the bridge of Santiago and very close to the Convento do Carme, we can stop at the Fonte do Carme to sip some of its...
The Pedrón is a Roman altar stone that was the mooring place used by the boat bringing the Apostle James’ remains to Galicia from...
Church of As Ánimas (the Souls)
18th c. Neoclassical. This very simple church was designed by Miguel Ferro Caaveiro, modified by Ventura Rodríguez and...
Church of San Fiz de Solovio
18th c. Baroque This is the Compostela church with the oldest roots; according to legend, it was the dwelling place of the hermit...
Visiting the Cathedral Open: Open 365 days a year, from 7 am to 9 pm. Admission: Free, except museum...
Collegiate Church of Santa María a Real do Sar
12th c. Romanesque Built in the 12th century on the banks of the River Sar, it is the church, along with the Cathedral, that still...
Church of Compañía or University Church
17th c. Baroque The Church of the Society is located beside the Literary University. It was built by the Jesuits in the 17th century....
Monastery and Church of San Martiño Pinario
This monastery is situated in Plaza de la Inmaculada and was founded by a group of Benedictines who, shortly after the discovery of the Apostle's...
Convent and Church of San Francisco
17th c. Baroque The Convent of San Francisco de Valdediós was founded by St. Francis of Assisi during his visit to Santiago de...
Convent and Church of San Domingos de Bonaval
CHURCH 14th c. Gothic with Romanesque influence The church was built in the 14th century according to the canons of mendicant...
Church of Santa María Salomé
12th c. Baroque. Halfway along Rúa Nova we can see this church, one of the many commissioned by Archbishop Xelmírez in...
Church of Santa Susana
12th c. Romanesque-Gothic This church is located in Alameda Park, amidst the oak grove on the hill. It was one of the churches that...
Monastery and Church of San Paio de Antealtares
9th c. Baroque It was founded in the 11th century by Alfonso II with twelve Benedictine monks in order to look after and render...
Church of San Bieito do Campo
18th c. Neoclassical. This church, situated in one of the city's oldest areas, was erected by Prado Mariño on the site of a...
Convent and Church of Santo Agostiño
17th c. Baroque The Church of San Agustín is located in the square of the same name. It was built in the mid-17th century with...
Church of San Pedro
18th c. Neoclassical Down Rúa de San Pedro, following the route of the pilgrims from the French Way towards Porta do...
Monastery and Church of Santa María de Conxo
Church: 17th c. Baroque. Romanesque cloister. The Monastery of Santa María is located in the centre of the Conxo neighbourhood....
Convent and Church of Madres Mercedarias
17th c. Baroque-neoclassical The Convent of the Mercedarian Mothers is located outside the historical quarter, in the street Fonte de...
Church of Terceira Orde (the Third Order)
18th c. Baroque At an angle to the front of the Church of San Francisco, we can see the Chapel of the Venerable Third Order. It was...
Church of Nosa Señora da Angustia
18th c. Neoclassical This 18th-century church is located at the junction of the streets Campo da Angustia and Rúa de Betanzos....
Convent, Church and School of As Orfas
17th c. Baroque In the street Rúa das Orfas we can see the church and school of the same name. Archbishop Juan de...
Convent of Santa Clara
17th c. Baroque Its origin as a convent goes back to the 13th century, although its present-day structure is the result of a baroque...
Church of O Pilar
18th c. Baroque. This baroque church is situated in Santiago's most emblematic park, called the Alameda, beside the U-shaped avenue...
Church of San Fructuoso
18th c. Baroque Known as the Church of Las Angustias de Abajo, La Real Angustia or simply San Fructuosa. This churrigueresque church...
Convent of Compañía de María or da Ensinanza
17th c. Baroque. It was founded by Archbishop Raxoi in 1765 as a school for aristocratic girls. Its construction was completed in 1821...
Church of Santa María do Camiño
18th c. Neoclassical. This church is situated at the junction of Rúa Travesa and Oliveira, and was rebuilt to replace the...
Pazo de San Lourenzo de Trasouto
18th c. This palace is located behind the luxuriant oak grove of San Lourenzo and was commissioned by Martín Arias, the...
Convent of Carme
18th c. Baroque This discrete and austere baroque convent from the 18th century is situated at the junction of the streets Os...
Convent of Belvís
14th c. Baroque. Founded in the 14th century by Teresa González, it was rebuilt during the baroque period by the Mexican...
Church of San Miguel dos Agros
18th c. Neoclassical Behind San Martiño Pinario, in Plaza de San Miguel, there is a 18th-century church without any...
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