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Santa Teresa is key to the history of Avila so you should make a point of seeing where she spent years praying.
Very beautiful with plenty of interesting artefacts and history. Great gift shop too with beautiful books.
This site and square was one of the major attractions in Avila. The adjioning shop and museum was well worthwhile visiting. Interesting history and free entry into the convent/church but must be dressed appropriately.
An impressive church in memory of Saint Teresa who was born and lived here. You can see her bedroom and the garden in which she played. The church is very ornate and in the small museum, by the side are several artefacts including her finger...More
This is located at Plaza de la Santa, 2, and is on the site where Santa Teresa was born. It was designed by Fray Alonso de San Jose and founded in 1636. It was built as a convent for Carmelite nuns. The church has a...More
The Convento of St Teresa Davila is a lovely building and well worth a visit. It really is a very serene church and is beautifully decorated. It's cupola is impressive and the altar is backed by beautiful gold gilt iconography.
The facade is magnificent in...More