This is a secluded place in the busy city. The entire monastery is very beautiful. There are a lot of religious art inside and planted with various fruit trees. If it is summer, it must be very beautiful and there are many tourists.
The monastery is located in the city center not far from the train station. Because it is not in the suburbs, it may have a limited area. The main main building is a chapel and a small courtyard. The courtyard is full of fruit trees.
It takes almost hours to look closely at each of the sculptures that adorn the monastery. For centuries, people have realized that these existences make your life full of hope. Pictures cannot fully explain this area, because every centimeter of this church is covered by a painting or sculpture, and a cursory look is not enough. Four euros, must see! Walking around outside the church, other places outside the church are developed, and there are various treasures inside.
The monastery is quite large and enshrines a lot of statues of the Virgin. The statues here are quite novel. Many of the sculptures look beautiful. The colorful statues of the Virgin are very tall. You can see a lot of things here.
The Abbey of St. Geronimo is the first church in the world to offer the Virgin mother, a beautifully painted, painted and statued one. The exterior walls of the Abbey are also very distinctive, not only in the monastery there are orange gardens, but also outside the walls there are a maple forest.
The Monastery of San Jeronimo is worth a visit. Its church is the world's first church dedicated to the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin. The colored sculptures, paintings and the statue of the Virgin are very characteristic. The outer wall of the monastery is also very distinctive. Not only is there an orange grove in the monastery, but there is also an orange grove outside the wall. When we visited, it happened to be rehearsing the chants, the tunes were melodious, but unfortunately the rehearsal hall was not open, so I could only satisfy our ears. The monastery’s homemade desserts are sold at the export, but they are expensive.
Monasterio de San Millán de Yuso Monastery #UNESCO WH1053, King Garcia IV of Navarre intends to move the body of San Millan to Nagira. Legend has it that the bull pulling the cart fell to its knees because it couldn't bear the burden-according to tradition, this was interpreted as the saints wanting to stay in place-and the king built a new monastery here, Yuso. It is also the birthplace of modern Spanish.
Preston_Dominguez: Calle Rector Lopez Argueta, 18001 Granada, Spain
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Alhambra,Albayzín,Granada Cathedral,Cliff View,Capilla Real de Granada (Royal Chapel of Granada)