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14th c. Baroque.

Founded in the 14th century by Teresa González, it was rebuilt during the baroque period by the Mexican archbishop Monroy, who belonged to the Dominican order.

It is somewhat distant from the historical quarter, although it can be reached on foot via the singular lane called Rúa das Trompas.

The Church was designed by Fernando de Casas y Novoa. Its most outstanding feature is the façade of the communion rail in which Fernando de Casas employed his characteristic geometric-plant decoration.

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Convent of Belvís Convento de Belvís Convento de Belvís

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Rúa de Belvís 2, Santiago de Compostela, 15703
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Enclosed convent (included in guided tour of enclosed monasteries).

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VISITABLE: revolving window and chapel, convent church only during Sunday worship. Chapel open: 9.30 am-1.30 pm and 4-8 pm. || WORSHIP. Mass times: Monday-Saturday, 7.15 pm; Sunday: 12.30 pm (convent church), 7.15 pm (chapel). Rosary: 6.45 pm. Vespers: 7.45 pm. || REVOLVING WINDOW HOURS: 9.30 am-12.30 pm and 4.15-6 pm.