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Museo Diocesano y Catedralicio de Valladolid

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We will visit the Plaza de San Pablo, one of the best known squares in Valladolid. Its name is from the church of San Pablo, it is believed that its construction was between the years 1445 and 1468.<br>Then we will go to Ribera del Duro, when we arrive we will visit Curiel Castle which stands on a rocky hill, at the highest point in the province of Valladolid, which watches over the Douro Valley and, at the foot of the hill, the town that gives its name to the castle. The castle stands on a hill next to the Horcajo stream, which discharges into the Douro. We will finish the tour with a visit to the Protos Winery, carried out by Rogers Stirk Harbor + Partners, it is an industrial project where the winemaking process is seen, from the grape harvest to the bottling of the wines. Most of the internal space of the winery is underground, here the thermal mass of the soil is used to keep the wine fresh.
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CosmoChickNYer wrote a review Jul 2018
New York, NY119 contributions55 helpful votes
It appears to have been a grand church but has fallen to disrepair. We toured the church then the museum. Many pieces of 15th and 16th century religious art. The museum is free; they charge a nominal fee to climb the tower.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Philip A wrote a review Oct 2017
Sturminster Newton, United Kingdom92 contributions22 helpful votes
This museum is entered via the Cathedral, and costs a modest €3 each, while there is no charge to enter the cathedral itself. It contains a collection of mainly, but not exclusively, religious artefacts from the 15th to 18th centuries. There are pictures, figures, architectural items, some furniture and textiles. The oldest items are carved stone sarcophagi from the 12th and 13th centuries. There is a very early clavichord from about 1600. Most of the artefacts are in simply marvellous condition which really brings home their original impact and intention. A visit here is an hour well spent. Signage is exclusively in Spanish, so you may need something to translate the descriptions.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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BennyMalaga wrote a review Oct 2017
Malaga, Spain89,427 contributions3,520 helpful votes
If one goes to the Cathedral, I suggest one to pay the small fee to see the museum because there are many beautiful works of art here that are historical. I enjoyed this small museum very much.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Jakub F wrote a review Aug 2017
Czech Republic301 contributions132 helpful votes
Went there, bought tickets for a guided tour of tower. Learnt something about interesting history of cathedral and Valladolid, took photos and went back :D
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Date of experience: July 2017
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uszczesny wrote a review Dec 2016
Oviedo, Spain12 contributions5 helpful votes
Small but very esential museum. Amazing and scary realistic sculptures of saints and Jesus Christ that gave me goose bumps :) Just opposite those classical art you will find modern paintings of Death Angels... I found the exhibition interesting and preety creepy.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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