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Convent of Nuestra Señora de Gracia

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Calle Tras de Gracia 4, 05002 Avila Spain
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Segovia and Avila are two of the most visited cities in Spain, seducing travelers with historic cathedrals, Roman aqueducts, and dreamy palace-fortresses. See both cities in one day, hearing fascinating commentary about each spot, without having to drive or plan an itinerary on this guided tour from Madrid. Plus, you can upgrade for a Segovian lunch with roast suckling pig.
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Jo_and_Tom wrote a review Nov 2019
Anna, Ohio1,420 contributions335 helpful votes
We noted this place but it wasn't open when we were there. It is part of the Carmelite Convent. It is a part of the Church, Chapel and Mother House.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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profearroyo wrote a review Mar 2016
Anasco, Puerto Rico131 contributions37 helpful votes
This is where St Teresa was educated as a young woman. She said one of the sisters was instrumental in her vocation and choosing the religious life. When I visited I spoke to one of the Sisters. They are a very small contemplative Augustinian community praying for vocations. They accept young ladies as young as 16 (so long as they know Spanish). The church had a small but very good exhibition on St Teresa on the occasion of her centenary.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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