9 Sights in Huelva, Spain (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Huelva, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Huelva, Spain.List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Huelva
1. San Pedro
The Holy Parish Church of the Apostle San Pedro is a Catholic temple located in the Spanish city of Huelva, being the oldest parish in the city and archpriestal seat until the creation of the diocese of Huelva by papal bull of Pius XII on October 22, 1953.
2. Plaza de las Monjas
The Plaza de las Monjas is an open space located in the historic center of the city of Huelva, Spain. Over the years it has taken different names: Plaza de Abajo in the fifteenth century, Plaza Nueva in the sixteenth century, Plaza de San Juan from the seventeenth century, and Plaza de las Monjas in 1805, its first official denomination in 1823 as Plaza del Rey, Plaza de Isabel II in 1835, Plaza de la Constitución and again Plaza de las Monjas as its official nomenclature in 1936.
3. Palacio de Mora Claros
The Palace of Mora Claros is a building located in the old Botica street, current Mora Claros street in the Spanish city of Huelva. Built as the residence of the businessman and politician from Huelva Antonio Mora Claros and Josefa Jiménez Vázquez, it currently works as a day center for the elderly. This building is registered in the Catalogue of buildings, elements and urban spaces of singular values of the Special Plan of the Historic Center of the City Council of Huelva.
4. Gran Teatro
The Gran Teatro de Huelva, designed by the architect Pedro Sánchez Núñez (1882-1956) was inaugurated on August 30, 1923 as the Royal Theater, being the main scenic space of the city of Huelva (Spain).
5. Cabezo Arqueológico de San Pedro
The castle of San Pedro de Huelva was a medieval castle located in the city of Huelva of Arab origin and belonging to the Dukes of Medina Sidonia. It was located in the cabezo de San Pedro, in the old center of the city, in the Archaeological Site of Cabezo de San Pedro Cerro de San Pedro. registered in the General Catalogue of Andalusian Historical Heritage with specific character by the Order of the Minister of Culture of 14-5-01.  and under the protection of the generic Declaration of the Decree of April 22, 1949, and Law 16/1985 on Spanish Historical Heritage.
6. Monumento a Cristóbal Colón
The monument to the discovery of faith, also known as the Columbus Monument, is a memorial sculpture located on the outskirts of a Spanish city. Designed by American sculptor gertrude vanderbilt whitney, it was donated by the United States to Spain in 1929.
7. Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Cinta
The Ermita Santuario de Nuestra Señora de la Cinta is a Catholic church located in the Spanish city of Huelva. Built in the cabezo called El Conquero, it is the seat of the patron saint of the city, the Virgen de la Cinta.
8. Parque Moret
Moret Park is an urban park located in the Spanish city of Huelva. It is one of the most significant places in the capital for its strategic location and for being considered an authentic natural space within the city.
9. Santa María de Gracia
The Convent of Santa María de Gracia is a Catholic convent of Augustinian nuns located in the center of the city of Huelva. It was founded in 1510, making it the oldest convent settlement in the city.
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