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Convent of St. Stephen, Salamanca, Spain Spain

The church and the monastery were built by the Dominicans during the 16th C. Construction took so long and involved a number of architects with the result that the buildings incorporate a number of styles from Gothic to the late Baroque. The church facade is said to be one of the finest examples of the Plateresque style that incorporates fine detail in the manner of a silversmith.

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I flew to Salamanca. For easy access to the historic areas it is best to get accommodation in the old town. There are plenty of options available. You can then walk everywhere.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
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Sunrise & Sunset 08:38 - 18:31 | current local time: 08:22
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