Monasterio de Santa Clara en Moguer, Moguer

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  • This is a fantastic museum - you can really feel the presence of Christopher Columbus and his time. Love the place!  more »
  • Columbus is said to have spent the night of his return from his first expedition in1493 in prayer at this lovely convent, in fulfilment of the promise he made during the voyage. According to Francisco...  more »
  • Very nice, unfortunately in Spanish, but very understandable if you a little gibberish language... or if you have a taducteur in your group, which was my case! We toured really of monastery, both in its secular and religious parties and this detail, developed by a charming and enthusiastic guide/sister.
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  • A must visit! So much history in this place, much connected to Christopher Columbus, who came to pray at this monastery after returning from his first trip in 1493. The oldest monastery in Huelva, the ticket includes a one-hour guided tour (I think only in Spanish though) from a well-knowledge local guide. You will earn more respect for this place and the history of Moguer.
  • Building religious, formerly staying poor Clares nuns. Cristóbal Colón held here which was called the Columbian vote, entrusting to God before his great journey. Well worth visiting it and soak up their history.
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  • Cristóbal Colón visited the monastery of Santa Clara (14th century), whose Abbess, Inés Enríquez, aunt of Fernando the Catholic, supported the discoverer trip before the Court repeatedly.
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