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Plaza Cardenal Belluga, Murcia
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Plaza Cardenal Belluga holds some of the most representative monuments of Murica, including the Cathedral of Santa Maria, the Episcopal Palace, and the City Hall Annex Building. Due to its strategic location as the center of religious and political power, it is also the center of celebrations like Corpus Christi and the Holy Week in Murica. Surrounded by old and new buildings, you can venture through and see the sights, have a bite to eat, or simply sit at one of the various coffee shops and watch tourists and locals alike go about their business through the square. Our Murcia tour planner makes visiting Plaza Cardenal Belluga and other Murcia attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Ideal place to observe the main façade of the Cathedral, stand with their backs to the modern building and out of place that is on the side opposite to the Cathedral and can enjoy all the square in its glory, if it weren't for the very large presence of tents of bars
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  • A must-visit place for those coming from outside. The views of the Cathedral of Murcia are spectacular and very close to her are the arcades with shops, and walking the emblematic silverware from Murcia. Them terraces of the plaza are very appropriate for deyunar, eat or dinner to outdoor or simply go of tapas and to contemplate best it square and its surroundings. MURCIA THAT BEAUTIFUL YOU ARE!
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  • A wide square with the facade of the spectacular Cathedral. The Palace episcopal and the building work of Moneo that from my point of view not paste or with tail.
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