Here you can find interesting sights in Cuéllar, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Cuéllar, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Iglesia de San Martín
St. Martin's Church is a Catholic church in the village of Cu é llar in the province of Segovia (Spain). Built in the 12th century, it sits in front of the castle, within the first wall of the medieval castle's seaside art center and villa walls. In 1931, it was declared a National Art Monument and is now listed as an item of cultural significance. In April 1354, Pedro i de Castilla married Juana of Castro.
2. Iglesia de San Miguel
The Church of San Miguel, a Catholic church in the village of Cu é llar (Segovia), dates back to the eleventh century, but it now takes on a variety of architectural styles due to centuries of reform. It is dedicated to Archangel San Miguel, the patron saint of the city, and is the only one of all existing churches to be listed as a parish, as the rest are diocesan branches.
3. Iglesia de San Esteban
St. Stebande Cu é llar Church is a Catholic church located in Villa de Cuellar in the province of Segovia, in the autonomous region of Castle and Lion. Mud é jar style, probably built in the twelfth century, although the first recorded news belongs to 1247. It is located outside the walls of the castle because the walls close in front of it.
4. Convento de San Basilio
The Convent of San Basilio is a building located in the Villa de Cuéllar, province of Segovia (Spain), which was occupied by a community of Basilium religious until the nineteenth century in which it was exclaustrated by confiscation. Currently the entire building is intended for commercial purposes.
5. Castillo de Cuéllar
Cuéllar Castle or The Castle of the Dukes of Alburquerque is the most emblematic monument in the town of Cuéllar, located in the province of Segovia, autonomous community of Castile and León, in Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural on 3 June 1931.
6. Muralla de Cuéllar
The wall of Cuéllar is a military fence of Romanesque origin that surrounds the old town of the Segovian town of Cuéllar. It represents one of the most important and best preserved walled complexes in the autonomous community of Castilla y León (Spain).
7. Iglesia de San Andrés
SanAndr é sde Cu é llar Church is a Catholic church located in Villa de Cuellar, Segovia Province, Spanish Castilla and Le ó n Autonomous Region, Spain. In the Middle Ages, it was the head of a small shantytown, blending with the villa over time.
8. Torre de la Iglesia de Santa Marina
The Church of Santa Marina was a Catholic temple of the Spanish town of Cuéllar, in the Segovia. Built in Mudejar style, dates from the thirteenth century and currently only its brick tower is preserved.
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