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The park follows the Belvís watercourse, an elongated area make up of several meadows watered by a small stream. The walls, terraces and historical paths, such as the picturesque lane called As Trompas, have been respected in this park's project.
This green space both separates and links the historical quarter and the large buildings of the Convent of Belvís and the Minor Seminary, forming a kind of natural 'moat' bordering the medieval town. Its highest part provides singular views of the entire city.

Technical data:

Extension: 30.604 m2
Duration of park tour: 20 minutes
Topography: steep slope
Open: 24 hours
Special monumental interest
Viewpoint / good views
Extensive shandy areas
Extensive lawns
Areas with benches for resting
Pedestrian itineraries
Posibility of cycling
Accesibility for the handicapped
Drinking fountains
Watercourses
Children's playground
Sports areas
Night lighting
Nearby parking areas

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Location
Parque de Belvís , Santiago de Compostela, 15703
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