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Convento de Las Francesas

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Calle Santiago 22, 47001 Valladolid Spain
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We will visit the Plaza de San Pablo, one of the best known squares in Valladolid. Its name is from the church of San Pablo, it is believed that its construction was between the years 1445 and 1468.<br>Then we will go to Ribera del Duro, when we arrive we will visit Curiel Castle which stands on a rocky hill, at the highest point in the province of Valladolid, which watches over the Douro Valley and, at the foot of the hill, the town that gives its name to the castle. The castle stands on a hill next to the Horcajo stream, which discharges into the Douro. We will finish the tour with a visit to the Protos Winery, carried out by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners, it is an industrial project where the winemaking process is seen, from the grape harvest to the bottling of the wines. Most of the internal space of the winery is underground, here the thermal mass of the soil is used to keep the wine fresh.
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Marisa P wrote a review Jan 2019
Dallas, Texas697 contributions104 helpful votes
I highly recommend to visit the nativity scene. It is set by the Association of Nativity Scenes from Castilla y León. It is free the entrance. The nativity is beautiful and very well recreated.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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joanjoni wrote a review Sep 2017
Lima, Peru36 contributions8 helpful votes
Temporary exhibits are now housed in this building and there are some stores around it as well. In back, there i an excellent cloister from centuries ago.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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IOGWFH wrote a review Nov 2014
Sydney, Australia742 contributions295 helpful votes
It wasn't opened when we arrived but it is situated in a picturesque enclosed courtyard and the facade is elegant making it a good photo op if nothing else.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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