Photographer's Note

The Dominicans took the convent when the Duchess of Plasencia, Leonor de Pimentel was handed over to the mid-fifteenth century, along with the wealth that now decorates its Gothic interior, subtracted Palace Mirabel. Among such astonishment, unsuspected from the main facade, highlighted a Renaissance cloister glass, a library of 2,800 volumes and convent refectory, today enmaderado dining at its roof. Some rooms occupy the dark cells without changing their sobriety is too large, while the rest of the interiors deployed an entire inventory cenobial based galleries, altarpieces, sofas and chairs escaqueados campaign to taste medieval.

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Additional Photos by JOSE LUIS MILARA (SELU) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 52 W: 35 N: 94] (492)
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