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The "seminario" was built in the XVIII century and although it has always been linked to the church, it was also used as a prison during the Spanish civil war.
Today the building welcomes the 40 students who will become Catholic priests, and must study...More
We came here especially to see this place, we walked up and enjoyed the wonderful views over the city. You cannot go into the building, just look from the outside. We tried to find the ruins further up the hill beyond the seminario but with...More