34 Sights in Valladolid, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Valladolid, 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 34 sights are available in Valladolid, Spain.

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1. Pasaje Gutiérrez

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The Gutiérrez passage is a covered shopping arcade in the city of Valladolid inaugurated in 1886, located between Fray Luis de León and Castelar streets. This type of galleries arise in Paris as a result of the industrial revolution of the nineteenth century. They were conceived as passageways that served as communication between busy streets and intended to expand space for commerce. In Spain the Pasaje Gutiérrez, together with the Pasaje de Lodares de Albacete and the Pasaje del Ciclón de Zaragoza, are the only 3 examples that remain of this type of galleries.

Wikipedia: Pasaje Gutiérrez (ES)

2. Cárcel de la Chancillería

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The prison of the Chancillería de Valladolid is a building designed in classicist style by the architect Nicolás Bueno and carried out by Felipe Berrojo, Juan de Median Argüelles, Juan Tejedor Lozano, and Pedro de Biermo, during the years 1675 and 1679. It is located in the municipality of Valladolid, in the Province of Valladolid, of the autonomous community of Castilla y León, Spain, where the Reina Sofía Library is currently located. It is located in the center of the city along with the Palacio de los Vivero, the University Clinical Hospital of Valladolid, the Church of San Pedro Apóstol and the Convent of the Descalzas Reales. It was the prison for prisoners whose cases were processed by the Court of the Royal Audience. It was for years in prison of Valladolid until 1935, when what is now the Civic Center "Esgueva" was inaugurated.

Wikipedia: Cárcel de la Chancillería de Valladolid (ES)

3. Academia de Caballería

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The Academy of the Cavalry Weapon of Valladolid was installed in the city in 1852 in a building that a few years before had been intended to be used as a prison. When this original building burned down, it was decided to build the current one, which was built in 1921 and inaugurated by the Kings of Spain. It enjoys great value, constituting an important legacy of the historicist and monumental architecture of the first decades of the twentieth century. It is located in front of the Campo Grande Park and Casa Mantilla, in the current Plaza Zorrilla and is, without a doubt, one of the most emblematic, representative and majestic buildings in Valladolid.

Wikipedia: Academia de Caballería de Valladolid (ES)

4. Iglesia de San Pablo

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The Iglesia conventual de San Pablo or San Pablo de Valladolid is a church and former convent, of Isabelline style, in the city of Valladolid, in Castile and León, Spain. The church was commissioned by Cardinal Juan de Torquemada between 1445 and 1468. It was subsequently extended and refurbished until 1616. Kings Philip II and Philip IV of Spain were baptized in the church, and it was visited by Napoleon. It is one of the buildings considered most emblematic of the city.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Pablo, Valladolid (EN)

5. Mercado del Val

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The Val market is a market in Valladolid (Spain). It is an example of iron architecture. It stands in the Plaza del Val, next to the church of San Benito el Real. It is the oldest market that is preserved in the city, after the demolition of those of El Campillo and Portugalete, the three built during the mayoralty of Miguel Íscar Juárez. It is inspired by Les Halles in Paris, and was built between 1878 and 1882, with a project by the architect Joaquín Ruiz Sierra.

Wikipedia: Mercado del Val (ES)

6. Sala de Exposiciones Iglesia de la Pasión

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The Church of Passion is a Baroque Churrigueresque Catholic church, built in 1577 and the first fenced confessional church. At present, it is the exhibition hall located in Valladolid Center. Originally a church, it was intended to be the seat of the confessional fraternity of Christ's divine passion. The church was closed for religious worship in the 19th century. It was declared a national monument on March 10, 1928.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de la Pasión (Valladolid) (ES)

7. Teatro Zorrilla

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Teatro zorrilla de valladolid, the work of architect Joaqu í nruizsierra, is a theatre located on the main square in the same space as the monastery of St. Francis. Its main facade is not personalized, and is hidden in the building in the square, which is unified by the color of the house and the appearance of the building. The entrance is entered through the porch, and the rear facade faces Constitution Street.

Wikipedia: Teatro Zorrilla (Valladolid) (ES)

8. Museo de Escultura Colegio de San Gregorio

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The Colegio de San Gregorio is an Isabelline style building located in the city of Valladolid, in Castile and León, Spain, it was formerly a college and now is housing the Museo Nacional de Escultura museum. This building is one of the best examples of the architectural style known as Isabelline, which is the characteristic architectural style of the Crown of Castile region during the Catholic Monarchs' reign.

Wikipedia: Colegio de San Gregorio (EN)

9. Convento de Santa Isabel

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The convent of Santa Isabel is a Catholic church located in the center of Valladolid. The convent has been restored, finishing the comprehensive renovation of the church in April 2006. Some spaces have been adapted to house the Museum of Santa Isabel, enjoying the atmosphere of the Franciscan cloister and contemplating in its dependencies pieces of remarkable artistic value.

Wikipedia: Convento de Santa Isabel (Valladolid) (ES)

10. Museo del Monasterio de San Joaquín y Santa Ana

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The Monastery Museum of San Joaquin and Santa Ana is a sacred art museum located within the church of the Royal Monastery of San Joaquin and Santa Ana in Valladolid (Spain). Including precious works of Spanish Baroque sculpture, while the church has a collection of three young Goya canvases, the only paintings preserved by Aragon painters in the castle and lion.

Wikipedia: Museo del Monasterio de San Joaquín y Santa Ana (ES)

11. Colegiata

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Santa Maria de Vladolid College Church was the main church in the city from the eleventh century to the sixteenth century. It was built thanks to the eleventh-century reconstruction of the valladolid pedroans ú rez. Today there are only some ruins and a few small churches, close to the old Church of Santa Maria and the unfinished fenced cathedral.

Wikipedia: Colegiata de Santa María la Mayor (Valladolid) (ES)

12. Museo de Escultura Iglesia de San Benito el Viejo

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St Benedict's Church is a church in Valladolid, an autonomous community of Spanish castles and lions that constitutes the church of the Earl's Palace or House of the Sun. In 2012, it was restored and de-sanctified, joining the palace in the National Sculpture Museum complex, adjoining a garden and separated from the main site, St Gregory's College.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Benito el Viejo (ES)

13. Palacio de los Condes de Benavente

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The Palace of the Earl of Mercy in Valladolid (Spain) is one of the most important palaces in the city, situated on the square of the Trinity, adjacent to the Church of Saint Nicholas. It was the residence of the royal family and the birthplace of the future queen of France and baby Mary (1603), the daughter of Philip III and Margaret of Austria.

Wikipedia: Palacio de los Condes de Benavente (ES)

14. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias

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The Penitential Church of Our Lady of Anguish is a Valladolid church located in the center of the city in front of the Calderón Theater and near the Church of Santa María La Antigua. The church is owned and headquarters of the Illustrious Penitential Brotherhood of Our Lady of Sorrows, one of the oldest brotherhoods of Holy Week in Valladolid.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias (Valladolid) (ES)

15. Archivo Histórico Provincial

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The Provincial Historical Archive of Valladolid is an archive of documents located in the town of Valladolid, Castilla y León, Spain. It is located in the Palacio de los Vivero, which was formerly the Royal Audience and Chancery of Valladolid between 1371 and 1834. In the palace there is also the Archive of the Royal Chancellery of Valladolid.

Wikipedia: Archivo Histórico Provincial de Valladolid (ES)

16. Plaza de la Universidad

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University Square is one of the main squares in the center of Valladolid in the Spanish Castle and Lion Autonomous Region. Historically known as Plaza deSanta Mar í a, it was renamed the University Appearance in the early 20th century and is now the law school of the University of Valladolid.

Wikipedia: Plaza de la Universidad (Valladolid) (ES)

17. Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol

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The church of Santiago Apóstol is a Catholic parish church in the city of Valladolid. Located in the Valladolid street of the same name, it was built in different stages and styles between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. It is the headquarters of the Brotherhood of the Seven Words.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol (Valladolid) (ES)

18. Museo Arqueológico Provincial

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Founded in 1879, the Valladolid Museum is a provincial museum of antiques. Since the late 1960s, it has been headquartered in Spanish castles and the palace of fabio nelli in the autonomous Lions community of Valladolid. The museum's collection is divided into two parts: archaeology and art.

Wikipedia: Museo de Valladolid (ES)

19. Estatua del Conde Ansúrez

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The Monument to Count Ansúrez is an instance of public art in Valladolid, Spain. Located at the Plaza Mayor, it consists of a bronze statue of Count Pedro Ansúrez, founder of the town of Valladolid in the 11th century, topping off a stone pedestal with additional sculptural elements.

Wikipedia: Monument to Count Ansúrez (EN)

20. Convento de San Quirce y Santa Julita

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The Saint Quirce and Saint Julite Monasteries are a monastery located in Valladolid (Spain). It is located on the Trinity Square, occupied by Sidorian nuns, and is one of the oldest monasteries in the city. It is the seat of the confessional fraternity of Christ's divine passion.

Wikipedia: Convento de San Quirce y Santa Julita (ES)

21. Casa Museo de Cervantes

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Casa Museo de Cervantes Lourdes Cardenal / CC-BY-SA-3.0

The Casa de Cervantes is a museum located in the city of Valladolid, Spain. The building was the home of the Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes. It is not to be confused with other houses associated with Cervantes, the birthplace in Alcala de Henares and the museum in Esquivias.

Wikipedia: Casa de Cervantes (EN)

22. Antigua Fábrica de harinas La Perla

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The flour factory "La Perla" was an old Valladolid flour mill built between 1856 and 1857 that worked thanks to the hydraulic energy provided by the Canal de Castilla. The building was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in 1991 and the factory closed in 2006.

Wikipedia: Fábrica de harinas La Perla (ES)

23. Fachada de la Universidad de Valladolid

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Fachada de la Universidad de Valladolid José Luis Filpo Cabana / CC BY 3.0

The façade of the University of Valladolid of Spain was built between 1716 and 1718 in the Baroque style. The architect Fray Pedro de la Visitacion supervised the construction. The facade was part of a project to enlarge the buildings of the university.

Wikipedia: Facade of the University of Valladolid (EN)

24. Iglesia de San Felipe Neri

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St. Felipe Neri Church is a Catholic church in the city of Valladolid, located on the street of the same name. It was not a parish church, but was conceived as a speaker for the newly established congregation of secular priests, St. Philippe Neri.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Felipe Neri (Valladolid) (ES)

25. Monumento a los Cazadores de Alcántara

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The monument to the Alcantara Hunter is located on the Valladolid Skunk Promenade, opposite the front door of the Valladolid Cavalry Academy building. The sculpture is the work of Mariano Benlliure, which was completed on June 25, 1931.

Wikipedia: Monumento a los Cazadores de Alcántara (ES)

26. Museo de la Ciencia

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Valladolid Science Museum was opened in May 2003 as a museum and an iconic piece of architecture based on an old flour mill. Rafael Moneo and Enrique de Teresa used a lot of the old industrial complex to create this new Science Museum.

Wikipedia: Valladolid Science Museum (EN)

27. Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena

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The Church of St Maria in Magdalene is a Catholic fenced parish church. The hotel is located on Colon Street, opposite the Colon Museum, adjacent to the Medical College of the University of Valladolid and the Real Halls Monastery.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena (Valladolid) (ES)

28. Iglesia de San Martín

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St. Martin's and St. Benedict's are Catholic diocesan churches in the heart of Valladolid, the province of the same name in the Spanish Castle and Lion community. It has been a national historical and artistic monument since 1993.

Wikipedia: Iglesia de San Martín (Valladolid) (ES)

29. Monumento a Cristóbal Colón

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The Monument to Columbus is an instance of public art in Valladolid, Spain. Located on the centre of the namesake Plaza de Colón, in the southeastern corner of the Campo Grande, the monument is dedicated to Christopher Columbus.

Wikipedia: Monument to Columbus (Valladolid) (EN)

30. Museo de Escultura Casa del Sol

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The palace of the Earl of Gondomar, better known as the House of the Sun, is the Spanish castle and the fenced city palace of the Lion Autonomous Region. It has been home to the National Museum of Replica Art since 2012.

Wikipedia: Palacio del Conde de Gondomar (ES)

31. Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción

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The Cathedral of Our Lady of the Holy Assumption, better known as Valladolid Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic church in Valladolid, Spain. The main layout was designed by Juan de Herrera in a Renaissance-style.

Wikipedia: Valladolid Cathedral (EN)

32. Calle de la Platería

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The historic complex of Silver Street, as well as the Plaza del ochavo Square, was part of the commercial complex of the Old Market Square and Artisan District, which had to be rebuilt after the fire in 1561.

Wikipedia: Calle de la Platería (ES)

33. Convento de Santa Teresa

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Carmen's Conception Monastery, commonly known as SantaTeresa Monastery, is a monastery of barefoot Galmero nuns located in the Spanish castle and the Spanish city of Valladolid in the Lion Autonomous Region.

Wikipedia: Convento de la Concepción del Carmen (Valladolid) (ES)

34. Museo Oriental

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The Oriental Valladolid Museum is a museum space located within the Philippine Augustine Monastery in the city of Valladolid (Spain) and is considered by some sources to be the best Spain of its kind.

Wikipedia: Museo Oriental (ES)

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