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Catedral de Plasencia, Plasencia
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  • A nearly must-see, the entrance is worth $ 4 for adults and give you an audio guide, which is something that helps a lot, the cloister and the zone where they join new Cathedral and travels seemed to us the more interesting. Highlight the detail of one of the workers (guides) that share the same audio guide to see us me and my 7-year-old son brought us another so that the child could hear explanations individually. Grateful for the detail
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  • I am fond of visiting cathedrals and when you think they can no longer surprise you it surprises you and learn something new, and this surprised me pleasantly by the unfinished of it where you could see how the cathedrals are made
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  • I was impressed very much communication between the new and the old cathedral and details of the wall to medium build. It is very impressing and t back 400 years ago. Visit highly recommended
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  • Unfriendly and unwelcoming!
  • The cathedrals of Plasencia ;-) Very beautiful and a very interesting story. Never miss it 📷
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  • Very very nice. Of the best in the area
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  • It's beautiful inside and out is worth if it goes through this city...
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  • The lady who believes that this Cathedral is far from being a pastiche should consult the dictionary. But if it is just that, a beautiful pastiche in itself. It has also the best classical baroque altarpiece of Spain, by Gregorio Fernández.
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