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The Museum of Contemporary Art of the Basque Country-Artium Museum is a Spanish museum dedicated to contemporary art and culture located in Vitoria. The museum has an important collection of Basque and Spanish art from the twentieth and twenty -first centuries, a background with about 3,000 pieces. The Artium Museum is also distinguished by its temporary exhibitions, both collective - with topics related to the current time - and individual. Some of the main and most significant creators of the national and international landscape have passed through their rooms. The building is a unique construction whose three quarters are under the level of the street, which has given it the museum-bodega appellation, and is the work of the Vitorian architect José Luis Catón. The museum opened on April 26, 2002.
2. Teatro Principal Antzokia
The main theater is a theatrical room located on San Prudencio Street, number 29, in Vitoria. It was devised by Cesáreo Iradier, who was inspired by the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid. Its inauguration was in 1918 with the name of Nuevo Theater de Vitoria. The opening of the theater was possible thanks to the contributions of the Vitorian citizens with the purchase of shares. In 1961 it was renamed as at present, in memory of the old theatrical building that had been in the same place between 1822 and 1914. For many decades it was used as cinema. In 1992 he was renewed by the Basque Government, the Provincial Council of Álava and the City of Vitoria.
3. Florida parkea/Parque de la Florida
La Florida is a park in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, Spain. It was built between 1820 and 1855 in neoclassical style by the architects Angel Chavez, Juan De Velasco, Ramón Ortés De Velasco and Manuel Arana. The birth of Florida is dated 1820 when they built the existing ring that surrounds the music kiosk. For the actual 32,454 square meters land used the former convent of Santa Clara, and as much as planners have insisted later, there is nothing similar in the new green spaces in Vitoria.
4. Armoury Museum
The Armoury Museum of Álava, located on the Paseo de Fray Francisco and adjacent to the Palace of Ajuria Enea in the city of Vitoria (Álava) Spain, monographically exhibits weapons, uniforms and various objects related to the war activities of various periods and cultures, from Prehistory to the beginning of the twentieth century. Of its sections, the one dedicated to the Battle of Vitoria in 1813, in the context of the Spanish War of Independence, is particularly interesting.
5. Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art
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. Since July 2022, it has a new official website with useful information, easily accessible, with historical and didactic data thanks to a very intuitive navigation.
6. Convento de Santa Cruz
The Convent of Santa Cruz is located between the street of La Pintería, that of San Vicente de Paúl and the canton of Santa María, within the historic center of the Spanish city of Vitoria. Its architecture presents Gothic-Renaissance characteristics and since its foundation in the 16th century, a community of Dominican nuns of Clausura lives without interruption, in the case of the oldest conserved Vitorian cenobium and with religious life.
7. Santuario de Estibaliz
The Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Estíbaliz is a sanctuary located in Argandoña within the municipality of Vitoria-Gasteiz, Álava, Spain. It is surrounded with green forests and it has the view of the entire province as it is located in a small hill 9 km away from the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz. Here stands the patroness of Álava. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1931.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. 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 of the Spanish city of 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.
11. San Pedro eliza/Iglesia de San Pedro
The Church of San Pedro Apóstol is a medieval church located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. It was built in the late 13th and early 14th centuries as a fortress church due to its location next to the city walls. The construction of the current tower started in 1708, while the southern portico was added in 1897.
12. Arriagako eliza/Iglesia de Arriaga
The Church of St. Vincent de Arriaga is a Catholic parish temple located in the city of Vitoria. It was built between the 15th and 16th centuries in Gothic-Renaissance style, although externally the neoclassical architecture prevails, the result of important added and reforms in the 18th and 19th centuries.
13. 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 Basque art from the period 1850–1950.
14. Andre Mariaren Jasokundearen eliza
The Our Lady of the Assumption Church in Lasarte, Vitoria is an advanced Gothic building that has riking vaults. In the nineteenth century the walls were mashed, and a strong denticulate cornice was built, which is based on pilasters with compound capitals.
15. El Carmen eliza/Iglesia del Carmen
The Church of El Carmen is a Catholic church integrated into the Convent of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers of Vitoria. Built in a modern neoclassical style and consecrated in 1900, it is located on Manuel Iradier Street in the capital of Alava.
16. Santa Maria eliza/Iglesia de Santa María
The Church of Santa María is a Catholic parish temple of Vitoria built in Gothic style in the fourteenth century and annex to the Cathedral of Santa María, or Vieja Cathedral, which was originally the chapel of Santiago.
17. Catedral de Santa María / Santa Maria katedrala
The Cathedral of Santa María de Vitoria is a Gothic-style, Roman Catholic cathedral located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque country, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1931 and a World Heritage Site in 2015.
18. Babesgabetuen eliza / Iglesia de Desamparados
The Church of Our Lady of the Forsaken is a Catholic parish temple in the city of Vitoria. It is a modern construction, part of whose interior furniture comes from the collapse of the Alavés people of Galarreta.
19. Mendoza dorretxea / Torre de Mendoza
The Tower of Mendoza is a tower located in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1984. The tower is strategically located between the roads of Old Castile and the Ebro river.
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