Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria

Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria is part of the Tentative list of Spain in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

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John Udinsky

UK - 16-Oct-10 -

This is one of the most beautiful places in the world. I have been the last year and it is a unique experience. It combines a fantastic natural landscape with spiritual buildings.

You can visit with a low cost flight from London (or Brussels, Düsseldorf, etc) to Valladolid airport (Villanubla). There, the best way to visit the zone is hiring a car (there are a lot of small villages to see).


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Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria
Spain
Added
1998
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1998 Revision

Includes former TWHS Ciudad Rodrigo - Historic Ensemble (1995)

1998 Added to Tentative List

The site has 3 locations

Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria: Ciudad Rodrigo (T)
Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria: Fort de la Concepcion (T)
Romanesque Cultural Enclave in the North of Castile-Leon and the South of Cantabria: San Felices de los Gallegos (T)
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