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Convento de las Adoratrices

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Convento de las Adoratrices

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Plaza San Jose 18, 06001 Badajoz Spain
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Private Tour to Evora and Merida - World Heritage City of the Roman Empire
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Private Tour to Evora and Merida - World Heritage City of the Roman Empire

Enjoy visiting Merida, capital of the Extremadura region of western Spain, was founded by the Romans in the first century BC. Visit Mérida's UNESCO-listed archaeological sites bring to life the fascinating world of classical antiquity. Mérida is home to some of the best-preserved Roman ruins in Spain. The town of Emérita Augusta was founded in 25 BC under the rule of Emperor Augustus, when Rome was expanding its empire, and soon became the largest Roman outpost in Iberia and the capital of the Lusitania province. The legacy of this rich past is seen in Mérida's abundance of ancient monuments, including the Roman Theater, the Portico del Foro, the Temple of Diana, Casa del Mitreo, and an impressively well-preserved 2000-year-old aqueduct. The city was capital of the Roman province of Lusitania. Your Private tour also includes a free and flexible pick-up (8:00am)/drop-off (6:30pm) from your located accommodations, driver/guide.
$316.74 per adult
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Antoniodiaspaiva wrote a review Oct 2017
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It's an old church in an old state. A lot of wood inside. It's a pretty regular church, but it's in a sort of "old" state inside.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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hans-jaguar wrote a review May 2017
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal17,026 contributions669 helpful votes
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Convento de las adoratrices – Badajoz. When you left the “Alcazaba” and have seen the Tourist Office”, you are at only a few steps away from the convent, and so you still are in the zone “Alta” of Badajoz in the historical centre. The convent has being built into the 20th century on the base of an old “Ermita” from the 18th century who was dedicated to “San José”, and it seems that on the interior you can find special things and some other artistic artefacts. The actual convent is built into the Neo Gothic style, and is actual the house of the “Madres Adoratrices Esclavas del Santísimo y de la Caridad”, and so one of the four surviving convents, from the former 16 in Badajoz. The others are the convents “Santa Ana, Las Carmelita’s and the Descalzadas”. After you have seen all this, we are returning on our steps for the visit of the next location, which is the “Chapel de nossa señora de la Soledad”
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Date of experience: March 2017
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