Former episcopal prison, its façade mantains the Bishop’s beautiful coat of arms.
Rúa Bispo Carrascosa, 16, 32005
Large urban park on the left bank of river Minho, housing many statues by the most significant artists of the city.
This square was an old cemetery and still retains the serene and peaceful atmosphere. It is one of the most beautiful in the city.
An exciting symphony of colour built in stone; in its archs we may find the apostles, the prophets and the elders of the Apocalypse playing their instruments.
Inside the Cathedral. Entry through the Southern Gate (Wheat Square),
This Historic-Artistic Monument is the most complete example of Romanesque civil architecture in the city.
Rúa Santa María, 1, 32005
The largest thermal area in the city.
Lugar de Outariz S/N, 32001
Thermal pools next to an old mill on the banks of river Minho.
A large multipurpose space in the former militar headquarters: conferences, exhibitions, performances, social events …
Rúa da Canle, 2, 32004
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Contemporary art in a former Renaissance palace.
Rúa Lepanto, 6, 32005
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Impressive nativity scene, in which Baltar captured, through the clay, a beautiful portrait of Ourense of yesteryear.
Plaza de San Cosmede, S/N, 32005
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The village of Seixalbo was from the Middle Ages a humble land of peasants and day labourers who worked the lands of the Cathedral Chapter, lord of the… [continued]
It was the first bridge on river Minho, an engineering milestone in antiquity. Of Roman origin but often reconstructed, the silhouette of its central arches is one of the symbols of Ourense.