9 Sights in Soria, Spain (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Soria, 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 Soria, Spain.

List of cities in SpainSightseeing Tours in Soria

1. Ermita de San Saturio

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San Surio Church is located in Soria, Spain, with the same name province, castle and lion autonomous region. In its landscape enclave, it is generally considered one of the most beautiful places in the city. A scale model of the building is located in the Mud é jar theme park in olmedo. The common denominator of Soria residents since the church was built, and then their city council took over the maintenance of the building, it turns out that santero, who is responsible for caring for the Winter Palace and its relics, and the title of the novel of the same name JuanAntonio Gaya Nu ñ o, is a municipal employee. However, using the 1998 law, churches have registered churches with the support of citizens and city councils, but so far the situation has not been reversed and no bishop osma-soria has justified such grants. Obviously, this is a Catholic religious building, so it is logical that the Catholic Church should own it because it was built for the Catholic Church.

Wikipedia: Ermita de San Saturio (Soria) (ES)

2. Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad

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Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad

Located in the urban center of Soria, outside the walls of the old medieval city, the hermitage of La Soledad stands in the lower part of the Alameda de Cervantes (Soria), next to the Paseo del Espolón with which it borders to the north. In a privileged natural enclave of more than nine hectares, the Alameda opens like an authentic orchard in the heart of the city. Accessing the park, through its main entrance from the Plaza de Mariano Granados, through any of its two twin doors, the hermitage of La Soledad opens to its own walk among centenary trees and the green mantle that covers most of the enclosure.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Nuestra Señora de la Soledad (Soria) (ES)

3. Ermita Templaria de San Bartolomé

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The hermitage of San Bartolomé is a temple in the Spanish province of Soria, formerly identified with the disappeared church of San Juan de Otero, of the Order of the Temple. It is located inside the natural park of the Lobos River Canyon, in the non-municipal term of the Comunero de San Bartolomé, run by the municipalities of Herrera de Soria, Nafría de Ucero and Ucero. It was built in the first quarter of the thirteenth century, when the Romanesque style gave way to the Gothic, transition that was reflected in the architectural work. It was part of a monastery of which only the chapel is preserved.

Wikipedia: Ermita de San Bartolomé (Comunidad de Herrera de Soria, Nafría de Ucero y Ucero) (ES)

4. Plaza de San Clemente

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Plaza de San ClementeDgarcia29Esta foto esta realizada por mi y la cedo a wikipedia. / CC-BY-SA-3.0

Plaza de San Clemente is a public road located towards the middle of the central street of Collado in the city of Soria (Spain), an alley on the right, leads to the Plaza de San Clemente. It is named after a disappeared Romanesque church. This area is better known by the name of "El Tubo" and a large number of bars serve as a claim for the meeting, before lunch and already late in the afternoon, of the Sorians. In this same square is located, next to what was the church of San Clemente, the palace of Los Ríos and Salcedo.

Wikipedia: Plaza de San Clemente (Soria) (ES)

5. Museo Numantino

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Museo Numantino

The Numantine Museum of Soria located in Soria, Spain, focuses on the history of the province of Soria through art and archaeology. The name chosen for the museum, which means pertaining to Numantia, reflects the historical importance of Spain's most famous hill fort, which is a few kilometres from Soria. The museum also displays material relating to other Iron Age settlements in the province, notably Tiermes and Uxama, complementing small on-site museums.

Wikipedia: Numantine Museum of Soria (EN)

6. Alameda de Cervantes

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The Alameda de Cervantes, popularly known as "La Dehesa", is the garden par excellence of the city of Soria, not only for its location in the center of the city, where hundreds and hundreds of species of vegetation coexist, but for its high cultural and landscape value. In addition, it is one of the oldest public gardens in Spain and Europe.

Wikipedia: Alameda de Cervantes (Soria) (ES)

7. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Espino

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The church of Nuestra Señora del Espino is a religious temple of Catholic worship under the Marian invocation of the Virgen del Espino. It is located in the city of Soria and is a temple built in the sixteenth century located near the hill of the Castle next to the cemetery of the capital of Soria.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Espino (Soria) (ES)

8. Palacio de los Beteta

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The palace of the Beteta or Suero de la Vega is a strong house located in the Plaza Mayor of Soria (Spain). It is also known as Torre de Doña Urraca due to a nineteenth-century legend that claimed that the queen had been locked up here.

Wikipedia: Palacio de los Beteta (ES)

9. Parque de la Arboleda

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La Arboleda Park is a public park located in the city of Soria. It is one of the historic gardens of the city of Soria, small and located next to the College of La Arboleda and what was the old Municipal Slaughterhouse.

Wikipedia: Parque de La Arboleda (Soria) (ES)


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