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Museo Nacional de Escultura

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Calle Cadenas de San Gregorio 1 calle Cadenas de San Gregorio, 1, 47011 Valladolid Spain
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Valladolid is Madrid in small, with historical buildings were kings and known characters like Cervantes or Christopher Columbus lived. It was once the capital of Spain.<br><br>It's also home of the international contest of tapas, so great food and wines are everywhere.
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Rafael wrote a review Jan 2020
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No more no less. Also the magnificent building with a delicious façade and two amzing patios. If you are interested in "semana santa" you would discoversome of the famous "pasos" of our city.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Marisa P wrote a review Dec 2019
Dallas, Texas746 contributions114 helpful votes
This is an amazing museums of sculptures. Most of the sculptures are from the 16th and 17th centuries designed by Berruguete and Juan de Juni. It is also very nice the chapel and the cloister. The building is the College of Saint Gregory; an amazing building from the Renaissance.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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RicherTrips wrote a review Dec 2019
Monterrey, Mexico2,487 contributions310 helpful votes
The old teological school building, the sculptures, the collection of ceilings, it´s like 3 museums in one. The chapel and the cloister like yard are equally amazing. The stairs, the paintings, the sets of choir stalls... There´s so much to see that it´s amazing to find so many wonders in one building. The museum is free and very friendly. We saw several visitors in wheelchairs. You can visit the main building in one to two hours, or choose to also visit the replicas section and the temporal exhibit, which housed Belenes (Nativities) in this season. And don´t forget the San Pablo Church just around the corner. It´s lace in stone!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Rachael R wrote a review Nov 2019
Portsmouth, United Kingdom33 contributions8 helpful votes
Get the audio guide for just €2 if you visit here. Best museum I've been in for ages. Loved it. A real must of you like religious art.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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imagine_david1959 wrote a review Nov 2019
Alpedrete, Spain337 contributions132 helpful votes
I went to this place to see the architecture only, and was surprised to find my self enjoying the art. A little overwhelming, but well worth an hour exploring.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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