Dolmens de Menga y Viera

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At the foot of the Cerro de la Cruz, these enormous collective tombs go back to the Bronze Age. Showing the mastery of techniques, the builders had imagined the lateral trenches to slide up the stones. The Dolmen de Menga (2500 BC) is a sort of artificial grotto with a vast chamber preceded by an impressive gallery. In the Dolmen de Viera (2200 BC), a long gallery leads to the funerary chamber... Not to be missed!

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Convento de Belén
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Convent of St Joseph
Convent of St Joseph
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Church of the Carmel
Church of the Carmel
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Antequera Municipal Museum
Antequera Municipal Museum
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Palacio Municipal
Palacio Municipal
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San Agustín
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Convento de Belén
Convento de Belén
The church of this 18C convent has three
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Convent of St Joseph
Convent of St Joseph
The façade of this convent is an
0:15
Church of the Carmel
Church of the Carmel
The relatively simple façade of this
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