Mayor’s Square

This square was the site of two crucial moments in the history of Ourense: the arrival of the first Franciscan friars and the exercise of power of the king through the appointed mayor.

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Blacksmiths’ Square

An old market of farm tools, it is the natural entrance to “Os Viños”, the traditional area of tapas bars and taverns in Ourense.

Praza do Ferro s/n, 32005

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Viaduct

An engineering work of very large scale, surprisingly light. A pity that it can only be visited from the train.

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As Burgas

The origin of Ourense is related to these ancient sources flowing at more than 60 ° C.

Rúa Burgas, 14, 32005

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City Hall

The current City Hall is the third in the history of the city, replacing those built in the 16th and 18th centuries.

Praza Maior, 2, 32005

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Main Square

Centre and heart of monumental Ourense. Its sloping floor, a rarity among Spanish main squares, attracts attention.

Praza Maior, 2, 32005

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Alameda Park

Of medieval origin, this place still retains the charm of late 19th century, with beautiful examples of Modernist architecture.

Rúa do Progreso, 53, 32005

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St Euphemia’s Church

Former Jesuit school with a remarkable façade, archetype of Galician Baroque. Its concave shape, used to give greater monumentality, attracts attention.

Rúa Lamas Carvajal, 7, 32005

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Trinity Church

The statue of St Roch welcomes this unique church, built on an ancient Roman necropolis. The pediment is originally from the old hospital devoted to the saint, already disappeared.

Plaza Trinidad, 5, 32005

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