Valladolid

It was at that Valladolid has played the fate of an entire people, since it is in these places that took place the famous controversy of Valladolid in the sixteenth century: the aim was whether or not the American Indians had a soul, and by the same token, if they were to be considered human! And although the outcome of the controversy turned in favor of the latter, we know the fate that was their still booked! The current Valladolid is a city of about 300,000 inhabitants in the region of Castile and Leon https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/castille-y-leon. royal capital in the fifteenth century, the city has retained a remarkable heritage, including religious: the imposing Cathedral of Valladolid https://www.cityzeum.com/cathedrale-de-valladolid, the https://www.cityzeum.com / church-san-pablo-a-valladolid San Pablo church and its richly carved facade or https://www.cityzeum.com/eglise-santa-maria-la-antigua-a-valladolid church Santa Maria la Antigua and its high Romanesque tower ... Valladolid is also famous for its university, founded in the thirteenth century. Plaza Mayor, in the historical center, architecture turns Spanish baroque, representative of the country's Renaissance period. Visit Valladolid. Valladolid is the capital of the province of the same name, and belongs to the Castilla-Leon region of Spain. Valladolid is a large industrial city, few able to lure tourists, however there are some interesting buildings and churches in the old center, the old center which is otherwise quite charming and has a hidden certain. But the main attraction of the city is the home of the Spanish writer Miguel C