Art and culture through monuments in Extremadura
Archaeological ruins where we can see a temple that is characteristic of early Christian times. A journey through religious history.
c/ José Álvarez Saenz de Buruaga Mérida, Badajoz
A large, solemn palace of impressive beauty.
An old place of refuge for the poor, orphans and invalids that leaves it visitors speechless on account of its Baroque tiling showing works of mercy.
Calle Caridad, 10 Olivenza, Badajoz
The passage of the centuries has not eroded the beauty of the noble family coat of arms that adorns the house of the Argüello, located in the municipality of Brozas in the province of Cáceres.
This is a wonderful example of a Roman dwelling complete with mosaics and frescoes. It is open for visit and very close to the Mérida Amphitheatre and the National Museum of Roman Art (MNAR).
Plaza Margarita Xirgu, s/n Mérida, Badajoz
The tower of this ancestral home is the biggest attraction of the palace of the Bachiller Juan Martínez, located in the municipality of Jerez de los Caballeros in the province of Badajoz.
Jerez de los Caballeros, Badajoz
This Renaissance mansion was built with money from America.
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Cáceres
A religious order now inhabits this house in Cáceres which once belonged to the noble Solís lineage.
Callejón de la Monja Cáceres, Cáceres
The Catholic Monarchs spent long periods in this building with Gothic and Mudejar details.
Its impressive façade captures the attention and awakens the interest of any visitor to Trujillo.
Plaza Mayor s/n Trujillo, Cáceres