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  • 1 Reina Victoria Area Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The strange architecture which is peculiar to this area stands out in the uniform town centre of Huelva. These private, English-style houses were built by the Rio Tinto mining company to house their workers.

  • 2 The Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    This building with a Renaissance façade was erected in 1605 and proclaimed a cathedral in 1953. It houses a sculpture of Christ from Jerusalem and a beautiful portrayal of the Virgin with a ribbon, the patron saint of the town, by Martínez Montañés.

  • 3 St Peter's Church

    Religious buildings

    This church stands on a small promontory at the end of the promenade of Santa Fe. It was erected on the ruins of an old Mudéjar mosque. The white exterior walls are typical of the buildings in Huelva. Its steeple, standing out against a clear sky, is..

  • 4 Church of the Conception

    Religious buildings

    Badly damaged by the Lisbon earthquake of 1755, this Renaissance church is being rebuilt. It houses remarkable stalls and several paintings by Zurbarán.

  • 5 Our Lady of the Ribbon

    Religious buildings

    During his journey to Huelva, Christopher Columbus stopped at the sanctuary of Our Lady of the Ribbon, outside the town at the end of the elegant Paseo del Conquero.Worthy of note are the beautiful «azulejos» by Daniel Zuloaga and a fresco portraying..

  • 6 Provincial Museum

    Museums and art

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    A short history of Huelva from its origins to the present day is provided here. The rooms dedicated to the culture of Tartessia, to archaeological relics and to Daniel Vázquez Díaz, the painter from Huelva, are worthy of their place.

  • At one end of the town, on a spit of land shaped by the Rivers Tinto and Odiel and called Punta del Sebo, stands a large sculpture by the American artist Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney (1929).

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