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Explore interesting sights in Jaén, 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 5 sights are available in Jaén, Spain.
1. Basílica Menor de San Ildefonso
The Basilica Menor de la Sacra Iglesia Parroquial de San Ildefonso is a Christian Catholic church in Jaén. It was erected in 1248 in the suburb of San Ildefonso, created after the expansion of the walled enclosure of the city. It was consecrated to San Ildefonso de Toledo because at that time the church of Jaén depended on the archbishopric of Toledo. It is located in the homonymous square, which is presided over by a sculpture dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of Mary, carved in stone by Amadeo Ruiz Olmos on the occasion of the remodeling of the square in 1957. Following the "Descent of the Virgin" in 1430, this temple acquired great importance and became a sanctuary and, later, a minor basilica, of the patron saint of the city.
2. Cerro de la Plaza de Armas de Puente Tablas
The Iberian oppidum of Puente Tablas, also known as the hill of the main square of Puente Tablas, is an Iberian archaeological site, considered one of the most important at the national level of that period. It is located in Puente Tablas, a nucleus belonging to the municipality of Jaén (Spain), in the Eastern Countryside and on the right bank of the Guadalbullón River. It currently enjoys legal protection as an Asset of Cultural Interest, with the category of Archaeological Zone.
3. Nuevo Teatro 'Infanta Leonor'
The Teatro Infanta Leonor is one of the theaters of the city of Jaén, Spain. It is a scenic space with more than 5,000 square meters of constructed area, a contemporary building that has a main hall with capacity for 800 spectators, and a rehearsal room and chamber music for 200. The building, designed by the architect José Manuel Pérez Muñoz, was inaugurated on January 11, 2008 by the then Prince and Princess of Asturias, Don Felipe and Doña Letizia.
4. Casas Consistoriales de Baeza
The City Hall is the main building of the Cardinal benavides passageway, or, according to the traditional name, the lawn of the prison, revealing its original function as the palace of the co-regent and his prison of justice. In front of her is the house where she lives with her mother. It is part of the Renaissance baeza Memorial Complex, which, along with Ubeda, was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003.
5. Iglesia de Santa Marta
The Royal Church of Santa Marta is a Catholic church located in the city of Martos, in the province of Jaén, Spain. Its construction takes place in the thirteenth century, in the years immediately following the pact between Ferdinand III of Castile and al-Bayyasi, by which the fortress of Martos was delivered to the Kingdom of Castile at the end of August 1225.
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