6 Sights in Huelva, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Huelva, 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 6 sights are available in Huelva, Spain.

List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Huelva

1. Plaza de las Monjas

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Sisters Square is an open space located in the historical center of Javiva, Spain. Over the years, it has taken different names: the 15th Century Square, the 16th Century New Square, the San Juan Square from the 17th Century, the Sisters' Square in 1805, the first official name as King's Square in 1823, the Elizabeth II Square in 1835, the Constitution Square and the New Sisters' Square in 1936 as its official name.

Wikipedia: Plaza de las Monjas (Huelva) (ES)

2. San Pedro

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The largest and oldest parish church of the Apostle St. Peter is a Catholic church in a striking city in Spain, which was the oldest parish in the city and the seat of the arciprestal until the strike parish was founded by Pope Bull Pio Xii on October 22, 1953.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Pedro Apóstol (Huelva) (ES)

3. Cabezo Arqueológico de San Pedro

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San Pedro de Huelva Castle is a medieval castle located in the town of Huelva of Arab descent, belonging to the Duke of Medinasidon. Located on the head of San Pedro, the archaeological site on the head of San Pedro, the mountain of San Pedro. Included in the General List of Historical Heritage of Andalusia by Order 14-5-01 of the Minister of Culture and under the protection of the Decree of 22 April 1949 and the General Declaration of the Spanish Historical Heritage Decree No. 16/1985.

Wikipedia: Castillo de San Pedro de Huelva (ES)

4. Palacio de Mora Claros

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The Pale Blackberry Palace is a building located on the ancient Wine Cellar Street, which is now the Pale Blackberry Street of Spanish cities. Residence of businessman and politician Anubense Antonio, it lives in clear sea water and josefajim é nezv á zquez, and currently serves as a day care center for the elderly. The building is included in the catalogue of buildings, elements and urban spaces of unique value as part of a special plan for the historic district of Huelva City Hall.

Wikipedia: Palacio de Mora Claros (ES)

5. Monumento a Cristóbal Colón

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The Colon Monument, in the city of Huelva, is a pedestal statue dedicated to the work of Christopher Columbus, sculptor elias Rodriguez Picon. On January 20, 2011, during the patron saint festival in San Sebastian, it was completed in Nuns Square in the capital.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Colón (Huelva) (ES)

6. Gran Teatro

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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).

Wikipedia: Gran Teatro (Huelva) (ES)

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