Nuestra Señora del Soto Monastery

Santiurde de Toranzo, Spain

Nuestra Señora del Soto convent was built in 1608 on old Gothic and Renaissance buildings. Its main virtue are the altarpieces kept in its interior, an collection of Baroque style works of which the main altarpiece from late 17th century representing a Gothic image of the patron of Toranzo, the Virgin of El Soto stands out.

The fundamental features of this convent were made by architects such as Fray Lorenzo de Jorganes or Juan de Naveda.



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Founded: 1608
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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Victoria F (11 months ago)
Semi-closed to the public, exterior and comfortable environment to route
AURELIO MARIN ORTEGA (18 months ago)
Very pretty. Next door is the Poor Museum of the Painter which is wonderful. It is free and the person who has painted all the pictures is a charm, he explains to you in detail that he wanted to reflect on each one of them. Do not miss it.
Jose NoWay (2 years ago)
It's opened more frequently than others
federicoph Perez (2 years ago)
This place is worth visiting, the environment also is just beautiful.
Øyvind Stølen (4 years ago)
Pretty from the outside and inside through the closed gates
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