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  • 1 Monastery of Santa Clara Interesting

    Religious buildings

    pl. de las Monjas 1 E - 21800 Moguer

    This 14C monastery, closely linked to the history of the discovery of America, is the largest Mudéjar Gothic building in the Huelva province. The church contains the tomb of the Portocarreros, one of the finest works of Andalucian Renaissance made fr..

  • 2 Calle Andalucía Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    C. Andalucía E - 21800 Moguer

    This charming pedestrian street links Plaza del Cabildo, in front of the town hall, to the building of the municipal archives and the Iberian-American library, which contains old and very precious documents. It also houses the Teatro Felipe Godínez, ..

  • 3 Casa-museo Zenobia y Juan Ramón Interesting

    Museums and art

    calle Juan Ramón Jiménez 10 E - 21800 Moguer

    This elegant white house on two floors, with balconies decorated with wrought iron gates that are typically Andalucian, was the home of the poet Juan Ramón Jiménez and his wife Zenobia. It was turned into a museum that contains a series of photos, fu..

  • 4 Nuestra Señora de la Granada

    Religious buildings

    Plaza del Marqués E - 21800 Moguer

    This 18C church stands on the site of a former Mudéjar church opposite the pleasant Plaza del Marqués, with its old lamps, and lined by façades, with multicoloured windows. Aside from the statue of Our Lady of Granada, housed under a canopy in the ce..

  • 5 Convent of St Francis

    Religious buildings

    E - 21800 Moguer

    This 15C convent, erected by Pedro Portocarrero, played a predominant role in the evangelisation of the New World. You will appreciate its remarkable cloister.

  • 6 Birthplace of Juan Ramón Jiménez

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 21800 Moguer

    In the typical Calle Ribera, this former mansion, where Juan Ramón Jiménez, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born, is now a venue for important literary meetings.

  • 7 Ayuntamiento (Town Hall)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 21800 Moguer

    A large example of civic Renaissance architecture, by Tomas Bottani, overlooking Plaza del Cabildo with its palm trees, wrought iron benches and old lamps. The superb façade with porticos on two levels topped with a coffer ceiling and galleries with ..

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