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Real Colegiata de Santa Maria de Roncesvalles
(The Royal Collegiate Church of Roncesvalles)
Since the Middle Ages, this collegiate church in the Spanish Pyrenees has been a favorite resting place for pilgrims along the Way of St. James.
Puestos del Coro, Burgos Catedral
(Choir Stalls, Burgos Cathedral)
The stalls of the choir Renaissance Plateresque work by French architect Felipe Bigarny.
La Abadía de Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas
(The Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas)
The Cistercian Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas located west of the medieval center of Burgos. The monastery has hosted many royal weddings including that of the English King, Edward I, to Eleanor of Castile in 1254.
Claustro de la Colegiata de Covarrubias, Burgos
(Cloister of the Collegiate Church of Covarrubias, Burgos)
The cloister, built in the early 16th century, contains the Gothic tomb of the Infanta Cristina of Norway, first wife of the Infante Philip, brother of Alfonso X the Wise.
Plaza de Doña Sancha, Covarrubias, Burgos
(Doña Sancha Square, Covarrubias, Burgos)
The village of Covarrubias features typical Castilian architecture: ground floor made of stone, arcade, intricate wooden framework and upper continuous balcony.
La Plaza del Grano, León
(Grain Market Square, León)
The cobbled Plaza de Santa María del Camino (St. Mary of the Pilgrimage Square) or as it is better known Plaza del Grano(Grain Square).
Catedral de Santa María de Regla de León
(Cathedral of Santa María de Regla de León)
Santa María de León Cathedral retains much of its 13th century Gothic style and is the site of one of the best preserved collections of medieval stained glass in all of Europe.