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Seville, Spain

Monastery of Santa Paula

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).
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Zaragoza, Spain

Averly Foundry

Most of the buildings at Averly Foundry, recognized widely as one of Spain’s most significant industrial complexes, were demolished in July 2016.
Active Project
Seville, Spain

Convents of Seville

The dwindling monastic vocation poses a serious challenge to the future of Seville’s remaining cloistered convents.
Completed Project
Guadalupe, Spain

Royal Monastery of Guadalupe

Constructed in 1389 to commemorate the miraculous appearance of the Virgin the previous year, the Royal Monastery of Guadalupe sits in the Villuerca Mountains of southwestern central Spain.
Completed Project
Toro, Spain

Santa Maria la Mayor in Toro

The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria overlooks the narrow, jagged streets of the city as well as the winding Duero River and the fertile plans beyond.
Active Project
León, Spain

Parador de León (Hostal de San Marcos)

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.
Coffered and flat cealings. Final state, November 5, 2014
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Granada, Spain

Alhambra

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.
Basilica detail, post-conservation, 2009
Completed Project
Madrid, Spain

El Escorial Monastery

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.
Restoration process, 2006
Completed Project
Burgos, Spain

Cartuja de Santa Maria de Miraflores

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.
Completed Project
Segovia, Spain

Aqueduct of Segovia

The Aqueduct of Segovia was built during the second half of the 1st century AD.

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