The Monastry towers over the town and it is an incredible structure with a tremendous art collection. So if you want art and more art--mainly religious art--and, grotesque tombs, then this is your place. We generally were not taken with the Town and found the locals most inhospitable. The art is interesting and the structure itself--at times--a magnificent monument to a period when Spain mattered and when the Church ruled. There is a certain irrelevance to the place to-day and the grandeur is lost beneath the hostility of locals. Would not go there again!
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