45 Sights in Oviedo, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Oviedo, 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 45 sights are available in Oviedo, Spain.

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1. Asturias

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Asturias Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The urban sculpture known by the name of Asturias is located in calle Uría, in front of the railway station, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain. It is one of over a hundred sculptures that adorn the streets of that city.

Wikipedia: Asturias (sculpture) (EN)

2. Santa María del Naranco

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The church of St Mary at Mount Naranco is a pre-Romanesque Asturian building on the slope of Mount Naranco situated 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Oviedo, northern Spain. Ramiro I of Asturias ordered it to be built as a royal palace, part of a larger complex that also incorporated the nearby church of San Miguel de Lillo, 100 meters away. The palace was completed in 842 and had in part a religious function, being consecrated in 848. Its structural features, such as the barrel vault—with transverse ribs corresponding one-to-one with contraforts at the exterior, make it a clear precursor of the Romanesque construction. The exterior decorations, as well as the use of stilted arches mark the intended verticality of the composition.

Wikipedia: Santa María del Naranco (EN)

3. Fuente de Foncalada

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Fuente de Foncalada José Luis Filpo Cabana / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Foncalada is a fountain of potable water located outside the city walls of Oviedo, Asturias, Spain; it was built by king Alfonso III of Asturias in the 9th century. This building remains the only surviving civil architectural item for public use of the Early Middle Ages. Its name was given after the inscription in Latin: fontem calatam written on it. Built in Pre-Romanesque style, it has been included with other Asturian Pre-Romanesque sites on the UNESCO World Heritage Site List since 1998.

Wikipedia: La Foncalada (EN)

4. Monumento a las víctimas del terrorismo (1968-2007)

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The city sculpture known as the Monument to the Victims of Terrorism (1968-2007), Located in the square of Angel Gonz á lez (Poet), in the city of Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than one hundred cities decorating the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities, usually memorials, many of which are dedicated to the original figures of special significance, and more pure art since the end of the 20th century.

Wikipedia: Monumento a las víctimas del terrorismo (1968-2007) (ES)

5. Palacio del Marqués de San Feliz

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The Palacio del Fontán, or the Duke of the Park, or the Marquis of San Feliz, is a noble palace located in the Plaza de Daoíz y Velarde and adjacent to the Plaza del Fontán in the Spanish city of Oviedo, capital of the Principality of Asturias. Baroque in style, it dates from the first third of the eighteenth century and was designed for the dukes of the Park by Francisco de la Riva Ladrón de Guevara.

Wikipedia: Palacio del Marqués de San Feliz (ES)

6. San Julián de los Prados

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San Julián de los Prados, also known as Santullano, is a Pre-Ramirense church from the beginning of the 9th century in Oviedo, the capital city of the Principality of Asturias, Spain. It is one of the greatest works of Asturian art and was declared an Historical-Artistic Monument by the Spanish Ministry of Culture in June 1917 and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO on 2 December 1998.

Wikipedia: San Julián de los Prados (EN)

7. Escultura al ingeniero Enrique Lafuente

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The urban sculpture known by the name Engineer Enrique Lafuente, located in a small landscaped space located next to the A-8 motorway, which connects Oviedo with Gijón and Avilés, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Escultura al ingeniero Enrique Lafuente (ES)

8. Manolo Avello

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Manolo Avello Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The bust of Manolo Avello, located in the Campo de San Francisco, in the vicinity of the children's play area and within sight of Conde Toreno Street, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Busto de Manolo Avello (ES)

9. La Encarna con chiquilín

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La Encarna con chiquilín Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as the incarnation of chiquil í n, is located at the junction of the Marquis Street of the Holy Cross, next to the Franciscan camp in the city of Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 streets decorated on the above-mentioned Spanish city streets.

Wikipedia: La Encarna con chiquilín (ES)

10. Monumento a Valdés Salas

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The statue of Fernando de Valdés Salas, located in the cloister of the University of Oviedo, which he founded, on Calle San Francisco, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Estatua de Fernando Valdés Salas (ES)

11. A la Toná

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A la Toná Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known by the name of tona, is located at the junction of Á ngel Ca ñ edo Street and Sabino Fern á n dezcampo Street, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than one hundred that decorate the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: A la toná (ES)

12. Construcción para un encuentro

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Construcción para un encuentro Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as the Conference Building, is located at one end of the boardwalk of Renfe (Oviedo), near Independence Street, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than one hundred that adorn the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Construcción para un encuentro (ES)

13. Alegorías al Trabajo y las Artes

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Alegorías al Trabajo y las Artes Sitomon / CC BY-SA 2.5

The sculpture known as Allegories of Work and the Arts, located on the main façade of the building of the General Board of the Principality, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Alegorías al Trabajo y las Artes (ES)

14. Estatua de Samuel Sánchez

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Estatua de Samuel Sánchez Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The statue of Samuel Sánchez, located on Samuel Sánchez Street in the city of Oviedo, at its confluence with La Losa, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Estatua de Samuel Sánchez (ES)

15. Monumento a José Tartiere Lenegre

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The Jos é tartierelenegre Monument, located on the poplar promenade in the San Francisco countryside of the city of Oviedo, is the principality of Asturias and Espa ñ a, and is one of more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets. The Spanish cities mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Monumento a José Tartiere (ES)

16. Restos del Antiguo Acueducto

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The Pillar Aqueduct is an aqueduct located in the city of Oviedo (Asturias) and currently has five arches near the city of Naranco. It was built between 1570 and 1599 and was managed by Juan de Cerecedo, although it was completed by the fence's main plumber, Gonzalodela Barcena.

Wikipedia: Acueducto de los Pilares (ES)

17. Los libros que unen

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Los libros que unen Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The urban sculpture known as The Books That Unite Us, located on Emilio Alarcos Llorach Street, on the Milan campus of the University, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Los libros que nos unen (ES)

18. Monumento a Santa Eulalia de Mérida

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The city sculpture, known as the SantaeulaliadeM é rida Monument, is located in Calle de SantaeulaliadeM é rida in the city of Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than a hundred cities that decorate the streets. The Spanish cities mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Santa Eulalia de Mérida (escultura) (ES)

19. La Maternidad en la Florida

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Called "Motherhood in Flowers", the city sculpture, located in Plaza Carlos Sosoro Sierra (Archbishop), in the floral district of the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than one hundred adorned on the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: La Maternidad en la Florida (escultura) (ES)

20. Culis Monumentalibus

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Culis Monumentalibus Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as the culis mementalibus, is located opposite the Campoamor Theatre in the city of Oviedo in Calle pelayo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than a hundred sculptures that adorn the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Culis monumentalibus (ES)

21. Hombre sobre delfín

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Hombre sobre delfín Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

This urban sculpture, called the Man on the Dolphin, is located on the railway workers' square in Oviedo, on the Renfe board in the city of Oviedo, the principality of Asturias, Spain, which is one of more than 100 cities decorated with streets above the Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Hombre sobre delfín (ES)

22. Palacio de Velarde

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The Velarde Palace of Oviedo is a Baroque style palace dated 1765 and the work of the Candasino architect Manuel Reguera González, one of the most outstanding Asturian architects of all time. The building was intended for Pedro Velarde, alderman of Oviedo.

Wikipedia: Palacio de Velarde (Oviedo) (ES)

23. Busto de Guillermo Schulz

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Busto de Guillermo Schulz Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The bust of Guillermo Schulz, located at the entrance of the Faculty of Mining Engineers, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Busto de Guillermo Schulz (ES)

24. Jardín de los Reyes

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The sculptural ensemble of the garden of the Reyes Caudillos, located on Calle Águila, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Jardín de los Reyes Caudillos (conjunto escultórico) (ES)

25. Gitana

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Gitana Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as the Gypsies, is located at the entrance of Gascona Street (Oviedo), from the city of Oviedo, Jovellanos, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of the more than one hundred adorned streets of the above Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Gitana (escultura) (ES)

26. Al Roble

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Al Roble Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The urban sculpture known as Al roble, located in the Plaza de Gabino Díaz Merchán, in Florida, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Al roble (ES)

27. Sabino Fernández Campo

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Sabino Fernández Campo Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The Sabino Fern á n dez Campo statue, located on the poplar promenade in the San Francisco village of the city of Oviedo, is the principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than a hundred statues that adorn the streets of Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: Estatua de Sabino Fernández Campo (ES)

28. Monumento a Clarín

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Monumento a Clarín Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The monument to Leopoldo Alas "Clarín", located in the Campo de San Francisco, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Leopoldo Alas "Clarín" (ES)

29. Busto del Padre Vinjoy

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The city sculpture, known as a bust of Father Vinjoy, sits on Monument Avenue (Orange) in the city of Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 cities decorating the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Busto del Padre Vinjoy (ES)

30. El regreso de Williams B. Arrensberg

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El regreso de Williams B. Arrensberg Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

Urban sculpture is known as the return of Williams B. Arensburg, located in Porlier Square in Oviedo, is the principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 cities decorated on the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: El regreso de Williams B. Arrensberg (ES)

31. Estructura

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Known for its structural name, this urban sculpture is located in General Primo de Rivera Square in Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 cities that decorate the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: Estructura (Oviedo) (ES)

32. Mendigo con perros

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Mendigo con perros Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as the Beggar with a Dog, is located in the Plaza de Pedromi ñ or in Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 sculptures decorated on the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Mendigo con perros (ES)

33. El Diestro

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The urban sculpture known as El diestro, located on Palacio Valdés street, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: El diestro (ES)

34. Monumento a Alejandro Casona

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Monumento a Alejandro Casona Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The monument to Alejandro Casona, located on Alejandro Casona Street, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of the more than a hundred urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Alejandro Casona (ES)

35. Juan Rodríguez Muñiz

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Juan Rodríguez Muñiz Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The bust of JuanRodr í guezmu ñ iz, located in the village of San Francisco in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than 100 urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Busto de Juan Rodríguez Muñiz (ES)

36. Monumento a Ramón Pérez de Ayala

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Monumento a Ramón Pérez de Ayala Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The Ram ó nP é rez Ayala Monument, located on the Antonio Garc í aoliveros Promenade in the city of Oviedo, is the principality of Asturias and Spain and is one of more than 100 urban sculptures that adorn the city's streets.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Ramón Pérez de Ayala (ES)

37. Asturcones

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Asturcones Nacho / CC BY 2.0

The urban sculpture known as Asturcones, located in the Plaza de la Escandalera, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Asturcones (ES)

38. ¡Adiós, Cordera!

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¡Adiós, Cordera! Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture is called "Goodbye, Lamb!" Located in the San Francisco Park in Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, it is one of more than 100 cities decorating the streets of the Spanish cities mentioned above.

Wikipedia: ¡Adiós, Cordera! (escultura) (ES)

39. La Dama del balcón

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This urban sculpture, known as Lady Balcony, is located in the western park of Oviedo, the principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 cities that decorate the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: La Dama del balcón (ES)

40. Silla del Rey

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This urban sculpture, known as the King's Chair, is located on King Street in Oviedo, the Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 cities that decorate the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: Silla del Rey (ES)

41. Esperanza Caminando

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The city sculpture, known as the Walk of Hope, is located in front of the Campoamor Theatre in Oviedo, Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 sculptures decorated on the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Esperanza caminando (ES)

42. Monumento al General Riego

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The Irrigation Raphael Monument is located in Irrigation Raphael Square in Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, and is one of more than 100 monuments decorated on the streets of the above-mentioned Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Rafael del Riego (ES)

43. Monumento a Campomanes

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Monumento a Campomanes Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The Campomanes Monument, located in Calle Campomanes in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than 100 urban sculptures that adorn the streets of the Spanish city mentioned above.

Wikipedia: Monumento a Campomanes (ES)

44. Asturcón

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Asturcón Nacho from Oviedo, España / CC BY 2.0

The city sculpture, known as Asturc ó n, is located in the Middle Pain Square of Oviedo, the principality of Asturias, and is one of more than a hundred sculptures decorated on the streets of Spanish cities.

Wikipedia: Asturcón (escultura) (ES)

45. Monumento a Fray Benito Feijoo

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The statue of Fray Benito Feijoo, located in Feijoo Square, in the city of Oviedo, Principality of Asturias, Spain, is one of more than a hundred that adorn the streets of the aforementioned Spanish city.

Wikipedia: Estatua de Fray Benito Feijoo (ES)

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