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in ‎La Rioja
The monastery and its hospedería are sited beside the walls of the city. The institution was founded in 1621 by an order of nuns.
in ‎La Rioja
The monastery is in Calahorra, capital of Rioja Baja. Situated on the Cidacos River in Old Castile, Calahorra is more than two thousand years old.
in ‎La Rioja
The monastery occupies a solitary position in a variegated panorama of verdant pine trees, rolling hills and dramatic mountains. It is very close to Arnedo.
in ‎La Rioja
San Millán de la Cogolla is a small town that developed around two monasteries, now national monuments: San Millán de Suso and San Millán de Yuso.
in ‎La Rioja
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4000' above sea level, the monastery sits in a wooded, mountainous terrain on the edge of the Sierra de la Demanda Nature Reserve.
in Castile and León
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The institution was founded in 1601 and is very near the cathedral but far from the noisy area of the centre
in Castile and León
Nestled in a woodland setting above the village of La Vid, the Monasterio de Santa María de la Vid is on a high hill alongside the banks of the Duero River.
in Cantabria
Enveloped by the verdant countryside of the region, the convent is just outside of Noja, one of the beach towns skirting the coast of Cantabria.
in Navarre
Originally founded by Sancho de la Rosa, Bishop of Pamplona, the 13th century colegiata offered shelter to all the pilgrims traveling the ”Road to Santiago”.
in Castile and León
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Erected over the ruins of a Visigothic abbey destroyed by the Moors, the tranquil setting and spiritual aura of the monastery has attracted many poets.
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