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Palacio de Los Verdugo

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Palacio de Los Verdugo

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Avila and Salamanca Tour from Madrid

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Visit two unmissable UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Spain on an easy day trip from Madrid. Save yourself the hassle of self-driving or finding public transit to the towns of Avila and Salamanca by joining this tour. History and architecture enthusiasts will love exploring the medieval towns, with their fine plazas, cathedrals, university, and fortifications.
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Jo_and_Tom wrote a review Nov 2019
Anna, Ohio1,420 contributions246 helpful votes
This patio is in the interior of the City Hall and is free to see. There were something like 14 Palaces in Avila and this was converted to City Hall.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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LostALot22 wrote a review Oct 2018
Chicago, Illinois9,115 contributions841 helpful votes
I liked this place. The exhibits were good and I could get an English version. The palace is well preserved and very worth taking the step back in time.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Nikola C wrote a review Jan 2018
Dubrovnik, Croatia354 contributions197 helpful votes
One of the most prominent plateresque/renaissance palaces of the city is positioned on Calle Lope Nunez, a street that leads into the old town from the Gate of San Vicente. Construction of granite ashlar work was ordered by noble Suero del Aguila in 1521 and was finished in 1534. Building is flanked by two very low towers which show that it was used for defence purposes of the sensitive north-eastern area of the city. It was designated a National Monument in 1976 and is currently used as the UNESCO, Municipal Archive and the Department of Heritage and Tourism. Mentioned institutions use its interior halls and rooms but everyday passengers can visit two floored cloister, with arcades decorated with flowers and coats of arms from the various lineages of Avila. Entrance is free and during my visit there was a modern art exibition.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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ljr72015 wrote a review Aug 2016
Edinburgh, United Kingdom198 contributions32 helpful votes
Nice location, it depends which exposition is there in order to rate it. When we were there a nice one regarding Sta.Teresa, it closes at 8pm, so pretty useful to finish the day.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Limlj10 wrote a review Sep 2015
London, United Kingdom114 contributions31 helpful votes
The entrance of to the museum was free which showed the Celts in Spain. I was rather surprised that they had English version so that was really good. What was missing were exhibits of the artefacts, they had only a few but most of them were just pictures.
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Date of experience: September 2015
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