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Mid-18th c. It was built between 1747 and 1753 by Clemente Fernández Sarela. The most outstanding feature of the building's exterior is...
14th c.    This building, also known as 'Casa do Rei Don Pedro', is an example of Compostela's 14th-century civil...
Mid-16th c. Renaissance.  All that is left of this Renaissance palace built by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón is the first...
18th c.    This 18th-century building, made up of a ground floor and two upper floors, projects from the alignment of the...
Visiting the Cathedral Open: Open 365 days a year, from 7 am to 9 pm. Admission: Free, except museum...
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...
16th c.   This school was commissioned by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca, converting the house where he was born and which belonged...
17th c.    The 'Colexio de San Xerome' was formerly the so-called 'Estudio Vello' (Old Study), established by Archbishop Fonseca...
Founded in 1610 by Archbishop Juan de Sanclemente y Torquemada to teach theology, its name San Clemente de Pasantes refers to the fact that...
14th c. Baroque.  Founded in the 14th century by Teresa González, it was rebuilt during the baroque period by the Mexican...