Here you can find interesting sights in Vitoria-Gasteiz, 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 11 sights are available in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
The Artium Museum is a contemporary art museum located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the capital of the province of Álava in northern Spain. Designed by the architect José Luis Caton, it is owned by the Provincial Council of Álava and opened 26 April 2002 and its director is Daniel Castillejo. The Museum was a created by the initiative of the Provincial Council of Alava, which is the owner of most of the works that are in the museum, and it's the owner of the building too. The aim of this museum is to develop the critical view of the society and to make Alava be associated with art and culture.
2. Convento de Santa Cruz
The Convent of Santa Cruz is located between the streets Pintorería, San Vicente de Paúl and Cantón de Santa María, within the historic center of Vitoria (Spain). Its architecture presents Gothic-Renaissance characteristics and since its foundation in the 16th century, a community of closing Dominican nuns lives without interruption, in the case of the oldest Vitorian cenobium preserved and with religious life.
3. Natur Zientzien museoa/Museo de Ciencias Naturales
The Museum of Natural Sciences of Álava is installed in the Tower of Doña Ochanda, former medieval defensive building in the city of Vitoria, Basque Country, Spain. It exposes important geological, botanical and zoological collections, highlighting for its interest the findings of fossil amber in the province, of great value for its biological inclusions of the Cretaceous period.
4. Arma museoa/Museo de Armería
The Poplar Armory Museum, located on Brothers Francisco's Promenade and adjacent to the Aenea Palace in the Spanish city of Victoria (Arava), features weapons, uniforms and various items related to prehistoric and intercultural warfare activities. Century. Against the backdrop of the Spanish War of Independence, the Battle of Victory in 1813 was particularly interesting.
5. Catedral de María Inmaculada / Maria Sortzez Garbiaren katedrala
The Cathedral of María Inmaculada de Vitoria (Basque: Maria Sortzez Garbiaren katedrala, Spanish: Catedral de María Inmaculada de Vitoria, usually known as "The new Cathedral" is a Neogothic-style, Roman Catholic cathedral located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque country, Spain. It was built in the first half of the 20th century.
6. San Antonio komentua/Convento de San Antonio
The convent of San Antonio, whose true invocation is of the Purísima Concepción, is located in the pedestrian Plaza del General Loma de Vitoria. Building built in the seventeenth century in a classic baroque style, a community of Clarisas nuns lives, the church works as a regular worship parish.
7. Arte Ederren museoa/Museo de Bellas Artes
The Museum of Fine Arts of Álava is located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, the capital of the Basque Country. Since its opening in 1942, it has undergone many transformations. The museum is dedicated to Spanish art from the 18th to the 20th century and to the Basque art from the period 1850-1950.
8. Museo Diocesano de Arte Sacro/Elizbarrutiko Arte Sakratuaren museoa
The Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art in Álava is located in the space of the Golola of the Cathedral of María Immaculate of the city of Vitoria, Álava. Its access is made through the southern door of the Cathedral cruise, oriented to Monsignor Cadena y Esta street and the Florida Park.
9. Babesgabetuen eliza / Iglesia de Desamparados
The Church of Our Lady of the Forsaken is a Catholic parish temple of the city of Vitoria. It is a modern construction, part of whose interior furniture comes from the collapse of the Alavés people of Galarreta.
10. Santa Maria eliza/Iglesia de Santa María
The Church of Santa Maria is a Catholic parish church built in the fourteenth century in Gothic style, adjacent to the Cathedral of Santa Maria or the Old Cathedral, originally the Church of Santa Maria.
11. El Carmen eliza/Iglesia del Carmen
The Calmero Church is a Catholic temple that blends with the monastery of the Calmero priests. Built in a modern neoclassical style, it was built in 1900 in Calle Manuel iradier, the capital of Arawa.
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