Monastery of Santa Clara

Belorado, Spain

Monastery of Santa Clara is presided by nuns of the order of the Poor Clares. It was founded in 1358, but ruined in war in 1458. In 1460 the buildings were repaired and church rebuilt. During the War of Independence, the community was forced to leave the monastery, which suffered pillage and destruction by French troops.

The church was built in Gothic style. It has Baroque style altarpieces from the 17th century, as well as the organ from 1799.


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Founded: 1358
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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Sisu Haruna (2 years ago)
Nice interesting place
vicslamasa (2 years ago)
Some exquisite sweets that have made our palate water. Very good and varied truffles. Delicious butter cookies!!!
Carlos Abdo De Rivas (2 years ago)
Excellent sweets, pastries and chocolates, chocolate rocks, orange and chocolate sticks, truffles... amazing and all handmade, from monasteries and undoubtedly touched by the hand of God ? . The nuns are very, very kind and the delicious church to rest and enjoy its silence, pray... Thank you, sisters.
Judit Puras milara (2 years ago)
Exquisite and very fine products. The best chocolate truffles of various flavors.
fernando de la hermosa (3 years ago)
A ten, no matter where you look at it.
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