What to see and visit in Soria?Region of Tierras de Medinaceli: lands bathed by riversJalón, Land of shepherds and depopulation. Land of prehistoric origins and reminiscences of the Celtic, Roman, Muslim and Christian world.
- Roman arch: It is the symbol of the city. It is a very wide gate to the city. It is characterized by having 3 arches. It is a unique style in Spain and was built between the 2nd and 1st centuries. J. C .. It was a key point on the Roman Way, which crossed the town and which linked Caesaragusta (Zaragoza) and Emerita Augusta (Mérida).
- Alhóndiga or Arab door: entrance to the Plaza Mayor.
- Archaeological Classroom: located in the Plaza Mayor.
- Main Square: with arcades, porticoed, it was built on an ancient Roman forum. Alhóndiga and the Archaeological Classroom.
- Medinacelli Castle: built in the Middle Ages. According to the legend Almanzor was buried in a citadel, which was inside it, when he was defeated and died in the Battle of Calatañazor in 1002. This castle was recovered from the Muslims thanks to El Mío Cid. It is perfectly restored.
- Collegiate Church of Medinaceli: built in the 16th century on an old Romanesque church, in the Renaissance style. It has a nave, late Gothic chapels, a Romanesque crypt, the Gothic ironwork, the Baroque altar, the carving of the Christ of Medinaceli ...
- Canvas of Wall: from the time of the Celtiberians.
- Palace of the Dukes of Medinaceli: it is from the 16th century
- Palace of the Marquis of Casablanca: it was built in the seventeenth century.
- Ducal Palace:
Convent of Santa Isabel: belongs to the Order of the Clarissa Nuns, which is dedicated to the preparation and sale of pastries.
- Beguinage of San Román: It is a rectangular building, which is believed to have been a mosque or synagogue.
Somaén: bathed by the Jalón river.
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