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Conveniently located in the old walled city on the Portuguese Camino, this very large church has very interesting altars, crosses and statues dedicated to the Franciscans. The tall stained glass windows at the altar are particularly striking. Not sure who is buried in the stone...More
This convent who is close to the “Igreja da Virgen Peregrina” is completely constructed into the XIV century, and can be considered as a conventual church, who has been declared to be a historical monument in the year 1896,
We went, the outside is lovely but it was completely shut up. So sadly we could not get to see the inside that many others have commented on. I don’t know if it is now generally shut, but I could find no information about opening...More
For me, this was the best place in Pontevedra.
From the outside it looked a bit run down and in need of maintenance. Inside it looked simple and beautiful and well cared for in an understated way that was a stark comparison to the glitzy...More
The building had many people outside begging or who looked homeless, around the door and steps, so it was a bit difficult to get near. They were friendly but asking for money. I wouldn't put have liked to have been alone as they were a...More