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  • 1 Cathedral Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    This 14-17C building dedicated to the Virgin stands below the Suda castle. Its 18C Baroque façade is particularly ornate. The interior contains a large retable of the Virgin, a polyptych in polychrome wood (1351); the 15C retable of the Transfigurati..

  • 2 Palau Episcopal Interesting

    Religious buildings

    A magnificent 13-14C Gothic building. Aside from the fine reception room, note the Gothic chapel, a small masterpiece with a portal decorated with fine multicoloured sculptures.

  • 3 Tortosa Royal Colleges Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Sant Domènec 12

    Emperor Charles V created this fine Renaissance building in 1564 that houses the educational establishments of Sant Lluís, Sant Jordi, Sant Domènec and the historical archives.

  • 4 Church of Sant Domènec

    Religious buildings

    Sant Domènec

    This 16C church today houses the municipal museum with many archaeological discoveries from around the region. The collection of ancient coins is interesting.

  • 5 Convent of Santa Clara

    Religious buildings

    Pujada Santa Clara, s/n

    14C building with a fine Gothic cloister showing architectural analogies with other Catalonian Franciscan monasteries.

  • 6 Llotja de Mar

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The Maritime Commodity Market was an indication of the commercial strength of the town and is also known as Porxo del Blat. It is a fine 14C building, typical of the Catalan Gothic style.

  • 7 Remolins district

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    The maze-like streets have names that indicate the age of their origins. Travessera de Jerusalem, Travesia del Mur remind us of Tortoa's Jewish past and one of the town's most important eras.

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