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San Jeronimo Monastery Granada

Granada Only offers you a guided tour specialized in religious iconography with this magnificent Monastery of the order of the Jeronimos.

On this tour you will learn about the secrets of the great personality Grand Captain and his family, buried in the Church of this monastery. Especially, we will analyze the relations that Ferdinand of Aragon and his great military strategist, Don Gonzalo Fernandez de Córdoba, had in a love-hate relationship quite misunderstood.

We will visit the monastery dependencies, starting with its great compass, its wonderful cloister with a central orange courtyard, its multiple chapter rooms and its stunning church.

We will analyze the similarity of this temple of the Hieronymites with the Royal Chapel of Granada, and we will review all the avatars suffered in it by the pass of the time and the Napoleonic troops through Granada.

It is a place worth visiting in a guided educational tour where we will help you understand its construction process and the different interventions carried out over time.

We will address a much loved topic in Granada Only, such as religious iconography that will help you understand its symbolism much better.

Contact us and book your visit, it will fascinate you.

Duration: 1 hour.

Maximum: 30 people.

Recommendations: None remarkable.

Difficulty: Low.



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