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Kontaktinformation

Calle Castillo s/n
16452  Ucles, Uclés, Cuenca  (Castile-La Mancha)
monasterioucles@gmail.com
http://www.monasterioucles.com/
Tfn::+34 969135058

Lokalitet

Autonom region:
Castile-La Mancha

Provins/ö:
Cuenca

Cuenca

Bokning


Beskrivning

The Escorial of La Mancha

The monastery is located within the fortress of Uclés (12th century) which was built on a vast swathe of land: one square kilometre surrounded by walls, bastions, buttresses and crenellated towers.

The new building was raised in the 16th century in the Renaissance style although the south façade, the best known of the monastery, is Baroque and was built by Pedro de Ribera. It has two large doors decorated with scallop shells on crosses of Saint James. The decoration on the façade consists of suits of armour, helmets, pennants and a half-body sculpture of the Apostle. Across the entrance way there is a courtyard with a double cloister. There is a water cistern with a Baroque stone well with the coat of arms of the Order of Saint James. The refectory has a coffered ceiling worked in pine wood with 36 coffers representing the knights of the Order, presided by the emperor Charles V. The sacristy has two right-angled naves. The two windows are decorated with sculptures. In the church, built by Francisco de Mora, there is a nave with a transept and several side chapels dating from the 16th century, interconnected by means of small semicircular arches. The main altarpiece is particularly worth noting, with a painting by Francisco Ricci, and tombs with the remains of the nobleman Don Rodrigo and his son Jorge Manrique, author of "Stanzas on the death of his father". There is a regal and elegant main stairway which leads from the courtyard to the second floor.

Byggnad:
Monastery

Konsthistorisk period:
Renaissance

Historisk period:
16th century, 10th century

Praktisk information

Tider

Från jun 01 till aug 31
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Från 10:00 till 20:00


Från sep 01 till okt 31
Från Måndag till Söndag
Från 10:00 till 19:00


Från nov 01 till feb 28
Från Måndag till Söndag
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Från mar 01 till maj 31
Från Måndag till Söndag
Från 10:00 till 19:00


Priser

Ordinarie: 4€
Grupper: 3€
Barn: Fritt inträde

 

Service

Guided tours By prior appointment

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