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Santo Sepulcro Convent

Santo Sepulcro Convent
Location
Don Teobaldo, s/n

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Telephone
976 293047
Fax
976 293047
Opening hours

Every Monday at 11 a.m., the canonesses offer visitors the option of touring the medieval area of the convent to learn more about its history, view the Mudejar art and gain insight into the life of the community.

Reservations are not required on Mondays.

Closed to visitors on Easter Monday.

7 December: 1 guided tour at 11.00 a.m.

GROUP VISITS (maximum: 25 people) - Information and reservations at infocanonesas@gmail.com (Monday visits are not open to groups.)

Visit

Physical Accessibility:

Accessible. Visit to the exterior is accessible

The interior is wheelchair accessible and there are explanatory pamphlets in several languages (German, Portuguese, Dutch or Flemish, English, Italian and French). Also available in Braille.
Chronology

14th century

Style

Mudejar

Information

Cultural heritage Monument(BIC)Document pdf in ormato

Text

Monument declared of Cultural Interest

The brick walls of the Convent of Santo Sepulcro were built on the remains of the Roman walls in the 14th century.

The monastery dates from the 13th century and is the only remaining example of mudéjar monastic architecture.

It was declared a National Monument in 1893.

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