Here you can find interesting sights in Tudela, 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 17 sights are available in Tudela, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Murallas - S. IX
The walls of Tudela were the fortification, of Muslim origin, which surrounded defensively the city of Tudela (Navarra), along the perimeter that now makes up the old town of the city. A first wall was built at the beginning of the ninth century, with the fortification of Amrùs Ben Yusuf, which surrounded a first enclosure, the founding. This first wall reached the Midovilla ravine, which initially served as a natural defensive pit. With demographic growth, especially at the time of the Banu Qasi, this wall was extended during the first half of the ninth century until reaching the following natural pit, the Queiles River. This corresponds to the main wall of Medina Tudelana, which was preserved intact until the 16th century. After the reconquest of Tudela in 1119, the Moors were transferred to extramuros, building a new neighborhood subsequently known as La Morería; This new neighborhood was immediately protected by a new fortification: the walls of the Morería.
2. Mirador del Cerro del Castillo
The monument to the Sacred Heart of Jesus of Tudela (Navarra) in Spain, is a great statue built in honor of Jesus of Nazareth, «erected as a spiritual lighthouse on the top of the Cerro del Castillo, from which its protection extends to the protection of the city and the entire region ». The image of the heart of Jesus is a fundamental piece of the city's silhouette. It was located on what was the main tower of the old castle of Tudela and, subsequently, hermitage of Santa Barbara. The heart of Jesus has its counterpoint on the other side of the city with the statue dedicated to the heart of Mary.
3. Torre Monreal
The Monreal Tower, a tower traditionally believed to be of Arab descent, sits on a hill southwest of the city of Tudra (Navarra) and, based on archaeological excavations carried out around and inside it, will belong to a watchtower to control the possible arrival of enemies in the area. It is the only Tudela watchtower to reach so far. It stands on a hill overlooking the city in the opposite direction to the Santa Barbara mountains, where there are castles or Tudra castles. In the past, this mountain was called King Mountain or Royal Mountain, from which its name came.
4. Iglesia de San Jorge
The Church of San Jorge El Real de Tudela (Navarra) is a Church of the Jesuit Mannerist of the seventeenth century located in the Plaza Mercadal, corner with Pasaje street, of the old town of the city. It was Church of the Jesuits, until it was ceded to the parishioners of San Jorge, going on to call San Jorge El Real for having belonged to the crown. The old cloister or courtyard of the Jesuit school is currently the headquarters of the Castel Ruiz Cultural Center.
5. Iglesia de San Nicolás de Bari
The Church of Saint Nicholas de Barrie de Tudela (Navarra) is one of the most prominent Romanesque churches in the city and its history dates back to the first half of the twelfth century. It was built in the 17th century and has what is now a Baroque factory. Located between St. Nicholas and Serrata streets in the old city of Tudela. Here, the fort was buried with the Sancho vii, although two years later it was permanently transferred to the roncesvalles.
6. Estatua de Sancho El Fuerte
Sancho VII called the Strong was King of Navarre from 1194 until his death in 1234. He was the son and heir of Sancho VI, whom he followed as the second king to hold the title of King of Navarre. Sancho VII was the first to use the chains of Navarre as his blazon, a symbol that later would become the main one of Navarre, and the last member of the Jiménez dynasty, which had ruled since the 9th century.
7. Catedral de Santa María
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Tudela is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Plaza Vieja in the center of Tudela, autonomous community of Navarre, Spain. The medieval building was originally a collegiate church. It became a cathedral with the creation of the Diocese of Tudela, which existed 1783-1851 and again 1889-1956. It is now a co-cathedral in the Archdiocese of Pamplona and Tudela.
8. Iglesia de la Compañía de María
The Church of the Company of Mary or the Teaching of Tudela (Navarra), built in the 18th century, is the only essentially Baroque monument of the Navarra riverbank. It is located in the Plaza de San Juan and Calle de la Teaching. In addition to the Church, which is the only thing preserved, the company of Mary had convent and school.
9. Monumento a Benjamìn de Tudela
Benjamin of Tudela was a medieval Jewish traveler who visited Europe, Asia, and Africa in the 12th century. His vivid descriptions of western Asia preceded those of Marco Polo by a hundred years. With his broad education and vast knowledge of languages, Benjamin of Tudela is a major figure in medieval geography and Jewish history.
10. Monumento al Corazón de María
The monument to the Maria Center in Tudela (Navarra) is a huge statue built in the mid-10th century in honor of Maria, on a hill in front of the Monreal Tower near Lourdes. Mary's Heart is on the other side of the city, on the savage holy mountain, where the statue is dedicated to the heart of Jesus.
11. Palacio de Marqués de Huarte
The palace of Marquis de huarte de tudela (Navarra) is a splendid Baroque palace dating back to the mid-17th century, with two facades, situated on a shopping street and a blacksmith's shop. Located in the old part of the city. At present, it is the location of libraries and municipal archives.
12. Busto de Muza
Musa ibn Musa al-Qasawi (Arabic: موسى بن موسى القسوي also nicknamed the Great ; died 26 September 862) was leader of the Muwallad Banu Qasi clan and ruler of a semi-autonomous principality in the upper Ebro valley in northern Iberia in the 9th century.
13. Puente del Ebro
The Dubro River (Navarra) Bridge is a 360-meter-long medieval Spanish stone bridge consisting of 16 piles and 17 arches, all of which are uneven. Its importance is related to the city, and its history revolves around the passage of the Dubro River.
14. Iglesia y convento de los Capuchinos
The convent of the Capuchins and church of the Divine Shepherdess of Tudela (Navarra) is a convent and church of the Capuchin order of the late nineteenth century, located in the street of the same name of the current expansion of Tudela.
15. Iglesia de Santa María de Gracia
The Parish Church of Santa Maria de Gracia in Tudra (Navarra) is a sixteenth-century Gothic Renaissance church belonging to the hospital of the same name, situated between what is now the New Square and the street Don Miguel de Tudela.
16. Ermita de Santa Quiteria
St. Kitts Church in Tudra (Navarra) is a church on Mount St. Julian (now commonly known as St. Kitts Church in honor of hermits). Today's architecture can be traced back to the early 19th century, although its origin is older.
17. Iglesia del Carmen
The Carmen de Tudela (Navarra) Church and Monastery is a late sixteenth century temple built in Stylistic style, at the corner of Gayarre Street and High Carmen in the Old City of Tudela, at the last street exit.
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