Convento de Santa Clara, Burgos

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Iglesia del Carmen de Burgos is a nun's convent in Burgos, Castile and León, Spain.

It is situated on the corner of Calle de Covarrubias, del Progreso and Santa Clara. It is a Gothic edifice built mostly in the thirteenth century, at the time of its founding, when it was part of the Monasterio de Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas. It dates to 1234.
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  • According to the sign on the wall, I came during opening hours. Unfortunately, I could not get in. No problem. Walked around the outside on this blue sky day. See the photos ...  more »
  • Making cookies and other sweets is one of the traditions kept alive in some Spanish convents. It was a way to earn income to support the convent. The Santa Clara Convent in Burgos is cloistered, so.....  more »
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  • It Is A place, the house of God, where you will find peace, affection, understanding and always, always, the forgiveness that is needed. Thank God for putting You in my way, dear Clares, Dear Franciscans
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  • Very nice Gothic church in the heart of the city. With a patio that favors the treatment between the parishioners very friendly
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