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Address: Plaza Iglesia 12 | La Ribera, Fitero, Spain
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Description: This is the first Cistercian monastery that was built in Spain. The monks...
This is the first Cistercian monastery that was built in Spain. The monks are no longer living here, but there is a beautiful church and the monastery itself which is an large, impressive sight.
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Living History, Art and Nature mirror the Dawn of European Culture in Spain

The visit of the Monastery of Fitero is a must for any traveller who enjoys medieval Architecture, Barroque Painting and Sculputure, History of the Cistercians (Benedictine... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed November 11, 2011
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Zaragoza, Spain
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 11, 2011

The visit of the Monastery of Fitero is a must for any traveller who enjoys medieval Architecture, Barroque Painting and Sculputure, History of the Cistercians (Benedictine monks), or the earliest traces of European culture in gardening and viticulture. Its magnifient church, the chapterhouse with the beautiful columns and hand-carved capitals, the cloister (both closed for renovation works rignt now), the... More 

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