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Contact details

Calle Huelgas 19
47005  Valladolid  (Castile-Leon)
smrhv@huelgasreales.es
http://info.valladolid.es
Tel.:+34 983291395

Location

Autonomous region:
Castile-Leon

Province/Island:
Valladolid

Valladolid

Description

A classical temple

A temple in the classical style (17th century). It houses important works of art in its interior: Gregorio Fernández, Juan de Juni, etc.

Almost all of its current works date from the 17th century. The church as only one nave, a barrel vault and a segmental dome over a transept. The main reredos is the work of Francisco Velázquez and possesses sculpture and reliefs by Gregorio Fernández. It possesses several lateral chapels, the railings of which are the work of Juan del Barco. It was founded by queen doña María de Molina, of whose palace some remains are preserved (the monumental gateway is the only vestige of Mudejar architecture in the town). Now a convent of enclosed nuns of the San Quirce Cistercian order.

Construction:
Monastery

Artistic period:
Renaissance

Historic period:
13th century

Setting:
The church of the Magdalena, Columbus House

Practical information

Schedule


The interior cannot be visited


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