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San Saturio Hermitage
Built in the XVIII century over an eremitic visigode cave next to the Duero. It has an octagonal floor with a curious inner lantern and a great bell gable. The path that reaches the Hermitage was one of the most walked by Antonio Machado.

Co-cathedral of San Pedro
The most characteristic element of this building is the sitting cloistered; although is also highlighted the plateresc front in which San Pedro appears holding the keys. Also the inner chapels and altar pieces are something you may be amazed with. The cloister was declared in 1929 as an interest cultural asset.

Arcs of San Juan de Duero.
These Arcs form a group of Castilian Romanic architecture wonders located on the outskirts of Soria, next to the Duero. Impressive monastery of the Order of San Juan of Jerusalem which is located in the middle of the route in which the poem of Gustavo Adolfo Becquer "El Monte de las Ánimas" takes place.

Santo Domingo Church
The front, the patocrator placed in the middle of the facade which is crowned with four archivolts of engraved keystones is the main attractive of this awesome piece of architecture. You can also see in this facade the four evangelists, Virgin Mary and Joseph. The capitals of the Church are held by attached columns.

Natural Park of the Río Lobos Canyon.
Declared Natural Park in 1985 for protecting its flora and fauna and, at the same time, make an easier connection between men and nature. This is a deep canyon made by an old and intense erosion of the river Lobos that goes over 25 km. from the province of Soria and Burgos.

La Laguna Negra
This dark, fascinating and enigmatic Lagoon is surrounded by myths and legends and forms one of the most beautiful landscapes of the province. Located in Vinuesa, at more than 2.000 m of height, surrounded by granite walls and an infinite pine forest gives this wonderful place the dry and tenebrous look.

Great rocks modelled by nature with different and curious shapes that spots over green fields. We can find this fantasy landscape in Duruelo de la Sierra.

Valonsadero Mountain
This is a natural place deserving to be admired. A forest full of holm oaks, oaks, poplars and green fields that keeps more than thirty natural coats illuminated by cave paintings. A basic route and well directed that comes through nine coats with cave paintings, which should not be forgotten that this is one of the biggest historic paintings all over the peninsula.

Alameda de Cervantes Park
The Alameda de Cervantes -also known as "La Dehesa", is one of the favourite places of the people of Soria as well as poets like Becquer or Machado, who wrote many of their verses to this idyllic place.
A Park in the middle of the city, plenty of vegetation. Among this entire flora we can find more than 78 species of trees and bushes, standing out a giant centenary sequoia.
This park also has the Soledad Hermitage of the XVI century, as well as the famous Music Tree and its beautiful a colourful rose bed.

Museum of Numancia
This museum tells its visitor the history of Soria through art and archaeology in a chronological way. Al the exposition rooms have important pieces of archaeology among the highlighted pottery, tools and Celtiberic weapons, as well as other ruins and remains found in the Roman villas and necropolis.

Calatañazor This is a medieval town that is perfectly conserved with its characteristic houses made of stone, the biggest sabina field, mud and conic chimneys. It is also conserved a part of the walls that protected and surrounded the villa. Calatañazor is located on the top of the Milanos River, from which you can see the wide plain known as "Blood Valley". In the year 1002, in this magic place, a battle between Christians and the Almanzor tropes took place.