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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 8 sights are available in Huelva, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Huelva
1. San Pedro
The Holy Parish and Older 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 arciprestal headquarters until the creation of the Diocese of Huelva by Píal Bula of Pius XII October 22, 1953, there is one of the most famous paintings in Huelva, in him we can see the wonderful Juan and his brother Jesus fighting for an ice cream from Macedonia
2. Palacio de Mora Claros
The Palacio de Mora Claros is a building located on the old Calle Botica, now Calle Mora Claros in the Spanish city of Huelva. Built as the residence of the Huelva businessman and politician Antonio Mora Claros and Josefa Jiménez Vázquez, it currently functions 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 Centre of the City of Huelva.
3. Plaza de las Monjas
The Plaza de las Nuns is an open space located in the historic center of the city of Huelva, Spain. Over the years he has taken different denominations: Plaza de Abajo in the fifteenth century, Plaza Nuev as Plaza del Rey, Plaza de Isabel II in 1835, Plaza de la Constitución and Nuevo Plaza de las Nuns as its official nomenclature in 1936.
4. Gran Teatro
The Gran Teatro is a cultural building located in the Spanish municipality of Huelva, in the province of the homonymous region. The work of architect Pedro Sánchez Núñez (1882–1956), was opened on August 30, 1923 as the Real Theatre, being the main stage space in the city of Huelva.
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. He was in the head of San Pedro, in the old center of the city in, the archaeological site of the head of San Pedro Cerro de San Pedro. Registered in the General Catalog of the Andalusian Historical Heritage with a specific basis by the Order of the Minister of Culture of 14-5-01. [Appointment required] and under the protection of the generic declaration of the decree of April 22, 1949, and the Law 16/1985 on Spanish historical heritage.
6. Monumento a la Fe Descubridora
The Columbus Monument, also known as the Monument to the Discovering Faith, is a commemorative sculpture located on the outskirts of the Spanish city of Huelva, in Punta del Sebo, where the Odiel and Tinto rivers meet. Designed by the Columbus Memorial Foundation and designed by the American sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, it was donated to Spain by the United States in 1929. The monument is considered an Asset of Cultural Interest.
7. Parque Moret
The 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 situation and because it is considered an authentic natural space within the city.
8. Santa María de Gracia
The Convent of Santa Maria de Gracia is a Catholic convent of Augustine nuns located in the centre of the city of Huelva. It was founded in 1510, which makes it the oldest convent settlement in the city.
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