Convento de Santo Domingo, Valencia

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  • A bit outside the real center of town, this convent is a bit forgotten, but if you like architecture, it is worth to go there.  more »
  • Joint building beautiful, link the Church Army military is just this convent, a jewel of Valencian Gothic I could visit him in an official act was very nice, and this type of hidden gems should be promoted and invite people to know their culture.
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  • Today called capitania(creo que ya tampoco) the building a whole of monastery of the Dominicans in his day, with church, clustro and those individual chapels of families, the Hall of the throne, mausoleum, arcos regros of the roof, etc etc, is to bring a good guide and explanation of the place. Very interesting
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  • Truly charming and fascinating, especially considering how old this convent, dates from 1239. Excellent condition in which it is located. The Gothic cloister is really nice, but a visit is worth especially the chapel of the Kings, dating from the latter to the first half of the 15th century. Worth visiting if you switch from Valencia!
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  • It is one of the few monasteries that remain standing in Valencia, which as its name suggests was the seat of the Dominican order to which he belonged Sant Vicent Ferrer. Gothic invoice, emphasizes its central courtyard that combines ground floor flamboyant Gothic and Renaissance on its top floor. Intractable the Chapter Hall with columns that recall those that hold the building of la Lonja. Or the chapel of los Santos Reyes with his blue stone.
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  • One of the religious buildings most imposing of Valencia and also military Church, today captaincy general. Highlights the cloister of Gothic arches and the fantastic chapter room, being the tomb of the Marquis of Zenete located in the Church's Renaissance. Also highlights the building was headquarters of the link of King Felipe III with Margarita of Austria.
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  • Lovely building.
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  • Impressive. Monumental.
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