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  • 1 Museum of the Monastery of Santa Clara Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    Avda Alfonso X El Sabio 1 E - Murcia

    Founded in the 14C, the Royal Monastery of Santa Clara was built on the ruins of an Almohad palace. The Gothic cloister, surrounding the main pool of the Arab palace, has an Arab portico with three festooned arches. Excavations have revealed traces o..

  • 2 Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    E - 30001 Murcia

    The building (14C) is hidden on the exterior by Renaissance and Baroque additions. The façade-retable, an accomplished arrangement typical of the Baroque style, is a harmonious fusion of columns and curved lines. The imposing bell tower was completed..

  • 3 Salzillo Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Pl. de San Agustín - entrée calle Dr-Jesús-Quesada-Sanz 3 E - 30004 Murcia

    The museum houses masterpieces by sculptor Salzillo (1707-1783). You will see nativity scenes with countless terracotta figurines: here, the artist illustrates, with a remarkable anecdotal sense, the life of peasants from his day. Note the eight paso..

  • 4 Murcia Museum of Fine Arts - MuBAM Interesting

    Museums and art

    Calle Obispo Frutos 12 E - Murcia

    Although relatively small in size, the collection of this museum includes some fine works. On the ground floor is the Juan de Vitoria reredos (16C) depicting the Crucifixion and the martyrdom of St James. The first floor is dedicated to the 17C and h..

  • 5 Trapería Street Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 30001 Murcia

    The pedestrian street Calle Trapería is one of the liveliest and most pleasant in the city. It connects the Plaza Santo Domingo and the cathedral. Just at the start of the street, at the corner of Plaza Santo Domingo and leading to the convent of the..

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