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Ranked #1 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #2 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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One of the most imposing cathedrals in Spain, and a superb example of Gothic architecture.
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Ranked #3 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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Ranked #5 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks

Bisagra Gate The Bisagra Gate is located at Calle de Alfonso VI. The Moors built the gate and its name comes from the Arabic word Bab-Shagra, which means "Door of the Sacred... more »

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Ranked #6 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Art Museums; Museums
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Ranked #7 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #8 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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Ranked #9 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #10 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Cultural
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Ranked #11 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #13 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #14 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Museums

The old House-Museum of El Greco was closed for four years and renovated and now it has reopened with a new name of Museo del Greco. The founder of the Museo del Greco was Benigno... more »

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Ranked #15 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Religious Sites; Specialty Museums; Museums

Sephardic Museum   The Sephardic Museum is located at Calle Samuel Levi. It  occupies the site of the Convent of Caballeros de Calatrava. This is the National Museum of... more »

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Ranked #16 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #17 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Religious Sites; Art Museums; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
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Ranked #18 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Owner description: The only museum of its kind in Spain which shows, in a superb setting (an Islamic Cave X century), a collection of pieces,... more » Owner description: The only museum of its kind in Spain which shows, in a superb setting (an Islamic Cave X century), a collection of pieces, texts, characters and symbols that have been part of the customs, legends, traditions and superstitions various peoples who inhabited the Iberian Peninsula and the two archipelagos. « less
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Ranked #19 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #20 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Museums
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Ranked #21 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: On a spur of land, above a sweeping drop down to the river Tajo, one finds the Roca Tarpeya, the site chosen in 1953 by the... more » Owner description: On a spur of land, above a sweeping drop down to the river Tajo, one finds the Roca Tarpeya, the site chosen in 1953 by the sculptor Victorio Macho on which to set his house and workshop. Today, this magnificent seat is home to the headquarters of the Real Fundación de Toledo (Royal Foundation of Toledo).On his death, the artist left an important part of his work to the Spanish people, creating the Museo Victorio Macho (Victorio Macho Museum) and the Fundación Victorio Macho (Victorio Macho Foundation) to safeguard the future of his bequest. Some years later, in 1984, the Fundación Victorio Macho came to merge with the Real Fundación de Toledo, with the latter taking up the responsibilities imposed by the sculptor.The consequences of this merger are the renovation of the three buildings of the Roca Tarpeya- which will permit the reopening of the museum- and their adaptation to a number of new uses.The headquarters of the Real Fundación de Toledo are now to be found in what was formerly the house of Victorio Macho.The Workshop now has on its ground floor an Auditorium, presently housing a documentary film about the city of Toledo and its history, which is available for lectures, seminars and works meetings; and on its upper floor an Exhibition Hall for temporary exhibitions and other cultural functions.A great part of the collection bequeathed by the sculptor is on display in the Museo Victorio Macho, including such works as La Madre (The Mother), El Hermano Marcelo (Brother Marcelo), Torso Gitano (The Gypsy Torso); and portraits of such figures as Marañón, Unamuno, Cajal, Galdós, la Pasionaria and sketches for the great monuments he designed for both Spain and the Americas. Amongst the drawings on display one should also note the self-portraits, the succession of works depicting countrymen, and studies of nudes.The exhibition area is augmented by the crypt and the gardens which grant unsurpassed views of the river Tajo and the cigarrales in the surroundings of Toledo and many sheltered idyllic nooks from which to enjoy the scenery.*The Real Fundación de Toledo, is a private, nonprofit-making cultural institution created to contribute to preserving, revitalising and promoting the cultural heritage of Toledo’s historic city. « less
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Ranked #22 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #23 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #24 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural

Plaza de Zocodover Plaza de Zocodover is the main plaza in Toledo. During Moorish times, the plaza was called Suk-al-Dawab in Arabic, which means animal market. There was always... more »

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Ranked #25 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

Synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca The Synagogue of Santa Maria La Blanca is located at Calle Reyes Católicos, 4. This was built in the 13th century, but later in the 15th century... more »

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Ranked #26 of 69 attractions in Toledo
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Ranked #28 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural

Cristo de la Luz Mosque The Cristo de la Luz Mosque is located at Calle Cristo de la Luz and was built in 980 by the Moorish architect Musa ibn Ali, as shown by a Kufic... more »

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Ranked #29 of 69 attractions in Toledo
Category: Art Museums; Museums

Hospital of Tavera The Hospital of Tavera is located at Calle Cardenal Tavera, 2. The archbishop (later cardinal) Juan Pardo de Tavera ordered it built in 1540 in the Renaissance... more »

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