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1. Plaza del Viejo CosoBook Free Tour*
The Old Coso, today Plaza del Viejo Coso or Plaza del Coso, was the first bullring of Valladolid, built in the nineteenth century. Until that date, bullfighting celebrations were held in the Plaza Mayor and surrounding areas to the door of the countryside or in the Plaza Vieja or San Pablo, in which wooden stands were placed for the spectators, imitating models such as the square of Peñafiel's Coso.
2. Plaza de la UniversidadBook Free Tour*
Plaza de la Universidad is one of the main squares in the city centre of Valladolid, in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. Historically known as Plaza de Santa María, it was renamed at the beginning of the 20th century because it houses the façade of the university, now the Faculty of Law of the University of Valladolid.
3. Cárcel de la Chancillería
The Valladolid Chancery Prison is a building designed in a 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 1675 and 1679 years. 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 found. It is located in the center of the city together with the Vivero Palace, the University Clinical Hospital of Valladolid, the Church of San Pedro Apostle and the convent of the Royal Barefoot. It was the prison for prisoners whose causes the Court of the Royal Hearing. It was for years Valladolid prison until 1935, when the one that today is the "Esgueva" civic center was inaugurated.
4. Academia de Caballería
The Academy of Cavalry Weapons of Valladolid was installed in the city in 1852 in a building that had earlier been intended to use as a prison. When this primigeny building was set on fire, it was decided to build the current one, which was built in 1921 and inaugurated by the Kings of Spain. It enjoys great value, representing an important legacy of historical and monumental architecture of the early decades of the 20th century. It is located in front of the Parque del Campo Grande and the Casa Mantilla, in the current Zorrilla square and is undoubtedly one of the most emblematic, representative and majestic buildings of Valladolid.
5. Arca Real 2
It is known as the Aguas de Argales trip to the hydraulic engineering work built between the end of the 16th and early seventeenth century to supply water to the Spanish city of Valladolid. Since the end of the Middle Ages, the city struggled to obtain a public supply of water, through a system of sources, which allowed to avoid changes in the flow of the Pisuerga river. This task, in which monarchs, the monks of the monastery of San Benito, the City Council and some families participated, fruitful in the so -called water trips, drives to transport water from the springs to urban sources.
6. Pasaje Gutiérrez
The Gutiérrez passage is a covered commercial gallery of the city of Valladolid inaugurated in 1886, located between Fray Luis de León and Castelar streets. These types of galleries arise in Paris as a result of the industrial revolution of the nineteenth century. They were conceived as passages that served as communication between busy streets and destined to expand space for trade. In Spain, the Gutiérrez passage, together with the Lodares passage of Albacete and the passage of the Zaragoza Cyclone, are the only 3 examples that remain of this type of galleries.
7. Iglesia de San Andrés
The Church of San Andrés de Valladolid is a Catholic parish church located in the Diocese of Valladolid. Located in the Plaza de San Andrés, near the Comercial Calle Mantería, it is one of the largest churches in the city. It is the reference of the neighborhood that surrounds it, San Andrés-Caño Argales, which takes the same name as the Church. In this church is the Royal Penitential Brotherhood of the Blessed Christ, Christ the Camino del Calvario and Our Lady of Bitterness.
8. GR 89
The Castilla Canal is one of the most important hydraulic engineering works of those carried out between the mid -eighteenth and the first third of the nineteenth century in Spain. It covers part of the provinces of Burgos, Palencia and Valladolid in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León and was built to facilitate the transport of Castilla's wheat towards the ports of the north and from there to other markets. However, before the arrival of the railroad, it was obsolete.
9. Mercado del Val
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 Mayor's Office of Miguel íscar Juárez. It is inspired by Les Halles in Paris, and was built between 1878 and 1882, with the project of the architect Joaquín Ruiz Sierra.
10. Iglesia de San Pablo
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.
11. Sala de Exposiciones Iglesia de la Pasión
The Church of Passion is a Catholic temple of Baroque style Churrigueresco, its construction began in 1577, it was the first penitential church of Valladolid. It is currently an exhibition hall located in the center of Valladolid. It was originally a church built to be the headquarters of the penitential brotherhood of the Sagrada Passion of Christ. The Church was closed to religious cult in the 19th century. It was declared a National Monument on March 10, 1928.
12. Centro Cultural Miguel Delibes
The Miguel Delibes Cultural Center is a cultural building located in Valladolid, Autonomous Community of Castilla y León, Spain. It was designed by the architect Ricardo Bofill Levi and inaugurated in March 2007 with a concert of the Symphony Orchestra of Castilla y León, under the direction of the Colombo-Spanish Alejandro Posada. It is located in the Villa de Prado neighborhood between the José Zorrilla Stadium and the Cortes de Castilla y León.
13. Plaza de la Trinidad
The Plaza de la Trinidad is located northwest of the city of Valladolid (Spain), near the Pisuerga River. It belongs to the historic neighborhood of San Nicolás. The square is very wide and its southern flank is completely open to the street of San Quirce. It is home to three notable and important buildings in the history of Valladolid: the Palace of the Counts of Benavente, the Convent of San Quirce and the Church of San Nicolás.
14. Teatro Zorrilla
The Zorrilla de Valladolid Theater, the work of the architect Joaquín Ruiz Sierra, is a theater, located in the Plaza Mayor in the same space where the missing convent of San Francisco was located. Its main facade is not individualized and is concealed, in the square, within the buildings uniformed by the color and architectural aspect of housing. Access is carried out by the rodge and its rear facade gives Constitution Street.
15. Museo de Escultura Iglesia de San Benito el Viejo
The Church of San Benito el Old was a church located in Valladolid, an autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain, forming the chapel of the Count of Gondomar or Casa del Sol palace. In 2012, she was rehabilitated and decralized to integrate, along with the palace, into the complex of the National Museum of Sculpture, to the lindar, being separated by a garden, with the school of San Gregorio, the main headquarters.
16. Museo de Escultura Colegio de San Gregorio
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.
17. Casa Luelmo
The Luelmo house is an eclectic-modernist building of Valladolid. Built at the beginning of the 20th century according to the design of the architect Antonio Ortiz de Urbina y Olasagasti, it was a commission of the businessman Rufo Luelmo to allocate it to family housing in what was then the Granja Minaya, a farm of 45 hectares located on the outskirts of the city , destined for agricultural exploitation.
18. Museo del Monasterio de San Joaquín y Santa Ana
The Museum of the Monastery of San Joaquín y Santa Ana is a museum of sacred art located in the church of the Royal Monastery of San Joaquín y Santa Ana in Valladolid, Spain. It includes valuable pieces of Spanish Baroque sculpture, while the church treasures three juvenile canvases by Goya, the only paintings by the Aragonese painter preserved in Castilla y León.
19. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Angustias
The Penitential Church of Our Lady of the Angustias is a Valladolid Church located in the city center in front of the Calderón Theater and near the church of Santa María la Antigua. The Church is the property and headquarters of the illustrious penitential brotherhood of Our Lady of Angustias one of the oldest brotherhoods of Holy Week in Valladolid.
20. Palacio de los Escudero - Herrera
The Palacio de los Escudero-Herrera is a Renaissance building, built in the second quarter of the sixteenth century, located on Fray Luis de León Street in Valladolid, Spain. Since 1922 it has belonged to the Congregation of the Daughters of Jesus, as well as the Villagómez palace, acquired by the latter several years later and both being adjacent.
21. Archivo Histórico Provincial
The Provincial Historical Archivo of Valladolid is a document file located in the town of Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain. It is located in the Palacio de los Vivero, which formerly was the Royal Audiencia and Chancillería de Valladolid between 1371 and 1834. The Palace also lies the Archivo de la Real Chancillería de Valladolid.
22. Iglesia del Santuario
The Minor Basilica and National Sanctuary of the Great Promise is a Catholic temple of an atoning nature enshrined to the cult of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Sito in the city of Valladolid, community of Castilla y León, Spain. Its architecture is of baroque trace and its motley interior furniture responds to different styles and epochs.
23. Sala de Exposiciones Iglesia de las Francesas
The Convent of the French Sisters is a Catholic temple located in the center of Valladolid since the 15th century. Currently only the cloister rehabilitated as a shopping centre is preserved, and the church that is now the Municipal Exhibition Hall, all inside a block of flats built in the seventies of the twentieth century.
24. Iglesia de San Miguel y San Julián
The church of San Miguel and San Julian is the temple of the former Professional House of the Company of Jesus in the city of Valladolid, Spain. At the time of the expulsion of the Jesuits in 1767, by order of Carlos III of Spain, the building was destined to the parish of San Miguel, San Julian and Santa Basilisa in 1775.
25. Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Carmen Extramuros
The Sanctuary of Our Lady of Carmen Extramuros is a Catholic temple located on the outskirts of the city of Valladolid. In a basically Baroque style, it was raised between the 16th and 18th centuries as part of the former convent of Carmen Descalzo. He currently welcomes regular cult and an entrenched Marian devotion.
26. Museo Arqueológico Provincial
The Museum of Valladolid was created as the Provincial Museum of Antiquities in 1879. Since the late 1960s, its headquarters are located in the Palacio de Fabio Nelli de Valladolid, an autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain. The museum collection is distributed in two sections: Archaeology and Fine Arts.
27. Ermita de San Isidro
The hermitage of San Isidro is a hermitage located in the city of Valladolid. It is the only one of all the hermitages in Valladolid that is currently preserved. It is dedicated to San Isidro Labrador, patron saint of farmers. Between the 13th and 15th of May each year a pilgrimage is held.
28. Iglesia de San Martín
The Church of San Martín and San Benito El Viejo is a Catholic parish temple located in the center of the city of Valladolid, in the homonymous province of the community of Castilla y León, Spain. Good of Cultural Interest (BIC), it is a National Historic-Artistic Monument since 1993.
29. Estatua del Conde Ansúrez
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.
30. Convento de San Quirce y Santa Julita
The Convent of San Quirce and Santa Julita is a monastery located in Valladolid (Spain). Located in the Plaza de la Trinidad and occupied by Cistercian nuns, it is one of the oldest monasteries in the city. It is the seat of the penitential brotherhood of the Sacred Passion of Christ.
31. Casa Museo de Cervantes
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.
32. Iglesia de Santiago Apóstol
The church of Santiago Apostol is a Catholic parish temple in the city of Valladolid. Sita on vallisoletana street of the same name, was built in different stages and styles between the 15th and 17th centuries. It is the seat of the Cofradía de las Seven Words.
33. Antigua Fábrica de harinas La Perla
The "La Perla" flour factory was an ancient Valladolid flour built between 1856 and 1857 that worked thanks to the hydraulic energy provided by the Canal de Castilla. The building was declared a cultural interest in 1991 and the factory closed in 2006.
34. Monumento a los Cazadores de Alcántara
The monument to the hunters of Alcántara is located on the Paseo de Zorrilla de Valladolid, in front of the main door of the Valladolid Cavalry Academy building. The sculptural set is the work of Mariano Benlliure and was inaugurated on June 25, 1931.
35. Iglesia de San Felipe Neri
The Church of San Felipe Neri is a Catholic temple in the city of Valladolid, located in the street of the same name. It is not a parish church but was conceived as an oratory for the newly created congregation of San Felipe Neri of secular priests.
36. Convento de Santa Teresa
The Convent of La Concepción del Carmen, popularly known as the Convent of Santa Teresa, is a cloistered convent of Discalced Carmelite nuns located in the Spanish city of Valladolid, in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain.
37. Iglesia de los Dominicos
The Apostolic College of the Dominican Fathers is located in the city of Valladolid and with its set of buildings, of a teaching and conventual nature, it is configured as one of the pillars of the renewal of religious architecture in Spain.
38. Museo de la Ciencia
39. Monumento a Cristóbal Colón
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.
40. Calle de la Platería
The historical team of La Platería Street, together with the Plaza del Ochavo is part of the commercial team of the former Valladolid Market Square and the Artisanos neighborhood that had to be reissued after the 1561 fire.
41. Iglesia de San Ignacio de Loyola
The Church of San Ignacio de Loyola is a modern temple located in Valladolid. It is located in the Pajarillos neighborhood. It was built and consecrated in 1972, at a time when the neighborhood around it grew and expanded.
42. Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
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.
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