Explore interesting sights in Toro, 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 Toro, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Toro
1. Iglesia de San Julián de los Caballeros
The church of San Julián de los Caballeros de Toro (Zamora) is an old Mozarabic temple rebuilt in the 16th century by the architect Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón. Its facade, of Gothic-Renaissance transition, was rebuilt in 1879, moving to it the main cover, from the old monastery of San Ildefonso and in which it can be read "in this church the Catholic cult in the time of the Sarracenes was maintained public” On the cover, a large round window opens, and on its right the bell tower is built, dating from 1606. The church, rectangular, is structured in three naves of equal height separated by formers arches and an apse.
2. Ermita de Nuestra Señora del Canto
The Hermita of Our Lady of Canto is a religious temple located in the city of Toro (Zamora). The image of the Virgin of Song is resided inside the image of the 12th century sculpture and is the patron of the city. During the feast of the Patron, which is celebrated on September 8, the Day of the Virgin del Canto, the faithful of Toro and their alfoz come to her to make a floral offering, celebrate Eucharist and sing "la Salve" to their patron.
3. Iglesia de San Pedro del Olmo
The church of San Pedro del Olmo is located in the city of Toro in the province of Zamora, dating from 1260, according to the quoted Sanctus Petrus de Porta Putei Antiqui, named as being in the vicinity of the gate of the wall. It became one of the most important churches in the city, but in the 19th century its state of ruin begins, apses, a couple of covers, part of the tower and the perimeter of the walls are half-disturbed.
4. Iglesia de San Salvador de los Caballeros
The Church of San Salvador de los Caballeros in Toro is a work of early sixteenth, Romanesque-Mudéjar style. The temple belonged to the Templars until their extinction, at which time it became a parish. At present it is a sacred art museum where pieces that have come from the different closed parishes or with few chances of custody are stored. A scale model of this building is located in the Mudejar theme Park of Olmedo.
5. Torre del Reloj
The Arc del Cloj is a tower located in the walled compound of Toro (Zamora). It was started building in 1719 during the reign of Philip V, being finished nineteen years later. The design is attributed to Joaquín Churriguera. It is located on the old market door that closed the first walled enclosure of the city of Toro. Its height allows it to be seen from any point of the city.
6. Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a church located in Toro (Zamora). It was the seat of the Vicar General of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem until the 15th century, when it passed to the Order of Malta. Inside, the figure of the Baroque Christ of the Expiration and several of the main floats of Holy Week stand out.
7. Iglesia de Santo Tomás Cantuariense
The church of Santo Tomás Cantuariense is a temple located in the city of Toro (Zamora). It is a church founded in 1163 that over the centuries is declared in ruin in 1794. The Church has traces inside the Mozarabic origins of the repopulations made by Alfonso III.
8. Ermita de Santa María de la Vega
The Hermitage of Santa María de la Vega de Toro belonged to the Order of San Juan de Jerusalem, hence its consecration in 1208 by the Bishop of Zamora Martín Arias, the Major Commander of the Order in León, Martín Sánchez, attended.
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