This is the oldest square in Avilés, as it stood near the harbour. It was known as 'Mud Square', as ceramists used to sell here their stuff. The Romanesque Franciscans Church, dating from the XII-XIIIth centuries, is also the oldest one in the city.
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This is the finest Palace in Avilés, according to certain art specialist. Built in the XVIIth century...
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The oldest civil building in Avilés Dating from the XIVth century, the Valdecarzana Palace must have ...
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This panorama was taken in Asturias
This is an overview of Asturias
Historically isolated from the rest of Spain by its high mountains, Asturias claims to be a Natural Paradise. It hosts many World Heritage features and gets world wide media coverage every year when the 'Prince of Asturias Awards' winners' names are announced.