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Tui Cathedral, Tui

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A must if you visit Tui. To my I personally liked the outside much more but in general it is wonderful!
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  • If you are in the surrounding area, you can not miss it, is a cathedral-fortress with its Romanesque façade and its Gothic façade and its battlements on top that give it the appearance of a fortress, visit you pay € 4 but has many discounts for unemployed, senior citizens... and children under 12 free, entry allowed to visit all public both the interior and the cloister which has found exposed an obligatory visit in excavations in the area, you can also visit the Cathedral Museum which among its many treasures is the carved coconut Cup (only that he is preserved in Europe), they can also climb the towers and observe the landscape as impressive of the Miño river and neighboring Portugal walled, by what the price is worthwhile, you can access the Cathedral covers and there are also guided tours of €8. After visiting the Cathedral let yourself be enchanted by the numerous sites that are of interest in Tui, visit that will not leave you indifferent, recommended 100%.
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  • It is Cathedral and fortress. It stands in the old town and highest point of the city of Tui. I recommend pay 4 euro of the audioguide to have one higher building understanding. The architecture shows this double condition involved. If you're lucky and hear the organ in mass great!
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  • What an unexpected gem. I especially loved the tympanum.
  • This wonderful construction of Romanesque origin, since it was finished in the year 1180, had important reforms in later centuries. That fuse various styles, especially the Romanesque and the Gothic. It was built on a hill, in the high part of the city, with which still impresses much more contemplation to distance. Impressive is its façade in the main façade. It is very original, since it a double arch shelters this cover.
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  • It is an imposing Cathedral-fortress. It is perfectly visible from the Portuguese zone. It is very well preserved and strolling through its environment gives the feeling of being in the middle ages
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  • These are some of the photos that I made to the Cathedral of Santa María de Tuy, next to the Cathedral of Vigo, one of the Episcopal sees of the Diocese of Tuy, Galicia, Spain. The city of Tuy is located at the end of the province of Pontevedra, near the border with Portugal, and is bathed by the river Miño.
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  • Beautiful 12th-century cathedral. Although it started with Romanesque style finished, as you can see in the main entrance, with Gothic. It is worth to take a few minutes to see this architectural jewel South of Pontevedra-Galicia-Spain.
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