Santo Domingo Convent in Cádiz, Spain

The Dominicans were established in Cádiz in 1639. By 1660, the Catholic friars and nuns built this monastery. It was dedicated to Saint Dominic, the Castilian priest who founded the Dominican Order in 1216. The area where Convento de Santo Domingo is located was originally called del Boquete. The former monastery is near Palacio de Congresos.

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Calle Santo Domingo, 5, 11006 Cádiz, Spain

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