Cuenca - Baroque

markerA Cuenca Cathedral Cuenca Cathedral is a Gothic cathedral in the city of Cuenca in Cuenca Province in the Castile-La Mancha region of south-eastern central Spain. Exceptional expression of Gothic Anglo-Norman, begun in 1196. The wife of King Alfonso VIII, Eleanor Plantagenet of England, daughter of King Henry II Plant... Cuenca Cathedral - photo
markerB Cuenca's Town Hall The Town Hall (Ayuntamiento) is a building in baroque style built up during the ruling period of king Charles III and supported over three roman arches. It was finished in 1762, as it can be read on the façade. The central arch is the only one giving access to vehicles to Plaza Mayor. Cuenca's Town Hall - photo

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Name Cuenca
Region Castile-La Mancha
Country Spain (ES)
Population 57,032 inhabitants