Puerta del Sol, Toledo

#8 of 42 in Historic Sites in Toledo
Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
Puerta del Sol is a city gate of Toledo, Spain, built in the late 14th century by the Knights Hospitaller.
The medallion above the arch of the gate depicts the ordination of the Visigothic Ildephonsus, Toledo's patron saint. The name of the gate comes from the sun and the moon that were once painted on either side of this medallion.
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  • One of the historically important gates of Toledo, location is great and provides beautiful views. On its own the gate has architectural significance, but for tourists its mainly a nice spot to take....  more »
  • Perhaps my favorite single structure in the city, competing with the other gates and bridges associated with the concentric walls and the cobblestone roads of the old city. Well light every night...  more »
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