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Church here has a baroque facade. Inside there are beautiful stained glass windows . Outside is that statue of St. Therese near the entrance . Beside is a small souvenir gift shop. You can see a relic of the saint as well , but photography is strictly not allowed.
Our last place to visit before heading back to Madrid, find it so amusing and saw it well preserved for us to see its historical value.
The famous saint was born here and founded her order. Simply but beautifully decorated including relics of the Saint. A place to be inspired and prayer
One of our friends suggested we visit Avila and St Teresa's Church since we were in Madrid. I checked it out and found that it is only a 2 hr train ride so we booked a tour with our Travel Agent. We boarded the train in Madrid at Principe Pio - this is only station which has…
The Convento de Santa Teresa (Convent of St. Teresa) is the primary shrine of St. Teresa in Ávila. Located on the Plaza de la Santa, it stands over the site of Teresa's birth. Unable to view anything other than the exterior as I happened to visit during the two hours,…