Real Monasterio de Santo Tomás, Ávila, Spain

Built in the late fifteenth century, it has three beautiful cloisters, among which the Kings. The works of the monastery began in 1482. It has two floors and three cloisters: Novitiate, the del Silencio and de los Reyes. The latter is the largest. The monastery church is a Latin cross and a single nave and Houses the Museum of Oriental Art. Visit Spain. Epic Spain Route © Monika Newbound

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