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
Site of the original cathedral of Ourense, from which the columns of the façade remain.
Rúa Santa María, 1, 32005
Old botanical garden where it is easy to see peacocks, the most distinguished inhabitants of this park.
Rúa Lugo, 1, 32005
Old grain market by the Cathedral’s southern façade, surrounded by noble houses.
Praza do Trigo, 6, 32005
Romantic Gothic cemetery in which some of the most important local intellectuals are buried.
Rúa da Granxa, S/N, 32005
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A cloister without a church, the last remain of the Franciscan convent that later became military headquarters. The beautiful decoration of the arches is worth a visit.
Rúa Emilia Pardo Bazán, 45, 32004
Chapel attached to the Old Bridge, with which it forms a National Historic Monument. Its popular feast is celebrated on September 8th.
Capilla Ntra. Sra. de los Remedios, 32003
Beautiful chapel on the river bank, it takes its name from the old port that was here centuries ago.
Rúa Pablo Iglesias, 4, 32004
Neogothic church in the neighborhood of A Ponte. Inside, an altarpiece honours the figure of its patron, St. James.
Av. das Caldas, 38, 32001
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La carretera sobre las compuertas de la presa de Velle es un paso habitual del Miño con vistas a la ciudad.
Baixada Praia Oira, 23A, 32001
The construction of footbridges closed river Minho’s green corridor: a 14-km traffic-free pathway to enjoy walking, running or cycling.
Originally at St Francis’ Monastery, this small church hidden among huge modern buildings hides a bagpiper in the capitals of its façade.
Xaquín Lorenzo, 7, 32003