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  • 1 Sta María La Real Cathedral, Pamplona Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    C/Curia, s/n

    A few capitals from the portals and cloister remain from the early Romanesque church and are in the Museum of Navarre. Inside the cathedral, in front of the gate that closes the sanctuary, stands the alabaster tomb ordered in 1416 by King Charles III..

  • 2 Plaza del Castillo Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    A popular meeting point for the locals, this former parade square of the old castle is the junction of the old quarter and the earliest ensanche (new quarter). 18C arcaded buildings border it on three sides, while the fourth opens onto the broad Aven..

  • 3 Bishop Barbazán Circuit Walk Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    From this parapet walk, visitors see the back of the Cathedral of Santa María and the fortifications below the perimeter walls. The ronda leads to the Baluarte del Redín bastion (1540) now surrounded by gardens. Below and to the left can be seen the ..

  • 4 Museum of Navarre Interesting

    Museums and art

    Cuesta de Santo-Domingo 47

    The museum stands on the site of a 16C hospital of which the Renaissance door remains; the exhibition is housed in the chapel. Note the Roman mosaics from 2C and 4C villas. Romanesque art is the star of the show, with capitals from the 12C Pamplona C..

  • 5 Church of San Saturnino o San Cernín

    Religious buildings

    Ansoleaga 4

    In the heart of an old district with narrow streets, this composite fortified building mixes Romanesque brick towers, a Gothic porch and 13C vaults with many later additions.

  • 6 Ayuntamiento (town hall)

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The town hall has a fine late 17C baroque façade (rebuilt) with statues, balustrades and pediments.

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