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ALHAMBRA

Granada, Spain

The Alhambra was begun in the mid-thirteenth-century under Muhammad ibn al Ahmar, Emir of Granada, to serve as the palace and fortress complex of the Moorish Nasrid dynasty. (Learn More)

AQUEDUCT OF SEGOVIA

Segovia, Spain

The Aqueduct of Segovia was built during the second half of the 1st century A.D. under the rule of the Roman Empire and supplied water from the Frío River to the city into the 20th century. (Learn More)

BERROCAL DE TRUJILLO

Trujillo, Extremadura, Spain

CARTUJA DE SANTA MARIA DE MIRAFLORES

Burgos, Spain

Cartuja de Santa Maria de Miraflores in Burgos was founded by John II, King of Castilla y Leon following the destruction by fire of an earlier monastery. (Learn More)

CONVENTO DE LA CORIA

Trujillo, Spain

Trujillo lies about 170 miles west of Madrid in a rugged and barren area of Spain known as Extremadura. (Learn More)

EL ESCORIAL MONASTERY

Madrid, Spain

The Escorial was commissioned by Philip II in the late 16th century and expanded by Charles IV of Spain as the royal monastery of the kings of Spain. (Learn More)

HERMITAGE OF SANT QUIRC DE DURRO

Province of Lleida, Autonomous Community of Catalonia, Spain

Nestled in the Vall de Boí in Spain’s Catalonian Pyrenees, the Hermitage of Sant Quirc is part of a remarkable group of Romanesque churches built in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. (Learn More)

IGLESIA PARROQUIAL SAN PEDRO APÓSTOL

Buenache de Alarcón, Cuenca, Spain

JOAN MIRÓ FOUNDATION

Barcelona, Spain

LAS CALATRAVAS CHURCH

Madrid, Spain

The Church of the Concepción Real de Calatrava was built in the historic center of Madrid in the late 17th century by Fray Lorenzo de San Nicolás, an Augustinian monk and accomplished architect. (Learn More)

MÁLAGA ROMAN THEATER

Málaga, Spain

The Roman theater in the southern Spanish city of Málaga is thought to have been built early in the first century A.D. during the reign of Augustus. (Learn More)

MONASTERY OF SANTA PAULA

Seville, Spain

The Monastery of Santa Paula in Seville was established in 1473 by Doña Ana de Santillana for nuns of the cloistered Order of Saint Jerome (also known as Hieronymites). (Learn More)

MOORISH HOUSES OF GRANADA

Granada, Spain

The neighborhood of Albayzin in Granada, Spain, contains several Moorish houses, some dating to the period of the Alhambra, many of which were built in the 16th century. (Learn More)

NUMANCIA

Soria and Garray, Spain

PARADOR DE LEÓN (HOSTAL DE SAN MARCOS)

León, Spain

Located in northwestern Spain, the sixteenth-century Monastery-Hospital of San Marcos in León is one of the most important monuments of the Spanish Renaissance. (Learn More)

PAZO DE SAN MIGUEL DAS PENAS

Monterroso/Lugo, Spain

Twelve centuries of art and architecture are chronicled in the buildings found in the hills of northwestern Spain. (Learn More)

ROUTE OF SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA

Aragon, Navarre, La Rioja, Castile-Leon and Galicia, Spain

ROYAL MONASTERY OF GUADALUPE

Guadalupe, Spain

Constructed in 1389 to commemorate the miraculous appearance of the Virgin the previous year, the Royal Monastery of Guadalupe sits at an altitude of 660 meters in the Villuerca Mountains of southw (Learn More)

SAN CLEMENTE MONASTERY

Toledo, Spain

The Royal Monastery of San Clemente was first built in 1131 by King Alfonso VII. The structure was built on existing Moorish houses and became one of the largest monastic complexes in Toledo. (Learn More)

SANTA MARIA DE VITORIA CATHEDRAL

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

Santa María de Vitoria Cathedral was built by King Alfonso VIII of Castile after the conquest of Vitoria in the second half of the 12th century. (Learn More)

SANTA MARIA LA MAYOR IN TORO

Toro, Spain

Situated on a cliff at the edge of the fortified city of Toro, the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria overlooks the narrow, jagged streets of the city as well as the winding Duero River and the ferti (Learn More)

SANTO DOMINGO EL ANTIGUO

Toledo, Spain

Founded by Alfonso VI, Santo Domingo el Antiguo de Silos is the oldest monastery in Toledo, dating to 1085. (Learn More)

THE SALÓN RICO OF THE PALACE OF THE MEDINA AL-ZAHRA

Córdoba, Spain

Abd-el-Rahman III commissioned the Medina Al-Zahra after elevating himself to Caliph of Córdoba and to secure his supremacy in Al-Andalus in the middle of the tenth century. (Learn More)

TOLEDO CATHEDRAL (OCHAVO CHAPEL AND SAN BLAS CHAPEL)

Toledo, Spain

The Toledo Cathedral was built in the 13th century and contains several beautifully decorated chapels, including the Ochavo and San Blás chapels. (Learn More)

WINDMILLS OF MALLORCA

Mallorca, Spain

Flour windmills, dating from the 16th to the 19th centuries, are still a significant feature of the landscape of the Balearic Islands, and are a strong symbol of prosperity and engineering acumen, (Learn More)