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Main Program Activities in Caceres, Spain

Activity/Monument Description
Becerra’s House Magnificent house from the late XV and early XVI centuries. It has all the typical facade elements of cacerian mansions such as the main entrance in arch form made with large keystones, sprinters and shield all found in a tight arches. This takes away from how spacious the house is. 
Caceres Museum The museum of Caceres houses the archeological patrimony of the city, and the works of contemporary art of artists such as Picasso or Miró. 
Mudejar House This building from the XIV century is one beautiful example and proof of Mudejar in Caceres. The use of red brick and the zigzag decoration are only some of the most outstanding characteristics of this artistic style.
Spanish Course The school has modern space with different classrooms suitable for school groups.
Flamenco Show The show is held in a typical environment and lasts about an hour.
Santa Maria Co-Cathedral Church It is the main church of the city and was built over another building between the XV and XVI centuries. The facades have a gothic style. On the Evangelical facade there is a pillar with a corbel holding the virgin. The tower has three parts. The central part has a medallion with vase full of lilys, symbol of the virgin. The interior of the church is a rectangular shape with three naves and pointy arches and crossed domes. It's altarpiece by Roque Balduque y Guillen Ferrant is from the XVI century, made from cedar and pine without any polychrome paint and dedicated to the Assumption of Virgin Mary. The Carvajal chapel is very famous that has a baroque altarpiece with St. Miguel Archangel from the XVII century and El Cristo Negro from the XV century.
Jewish Districts Caceres has two Jewish neighborhoods- old Jewish district, which is located in the south east part of the walled zone and the new Jewish neighborhood, located next to Plaza Mayor and Plaza del Mercado.
Merida Merida was one of the most important cities in the roman era to this day preserves the majority of the important monuments.
Carvajal Palace Its facade has the typical cacerian palace style-like structure with a a balcony on the corner, large dimensional frontal shield and a door with a mid-point arch with radiant keystones. It is garden, where the fig tree is, is a clear example of interior green areas that can be found in buildings in the monumental zone
Center of Visual Arts It is a center for research, promotion and education in the field of contemporary visual arts.
Bujaco Tower This is one of Caceres' symbols. It is a 25-meter walled tower that was made to Protect the walls and city of Caceres. It was built near around the XVII century with battlement crownings and little by little, other elements like the renaissance balcony were added. The tower connects to the mural with a bridge used by the surveillance soldiers.
Trujillo This This city is a very good representation of medieval Spanish remains considering that it preserves numerous monuments from this period.
Tour of a factory, company, etc.

We organize trips to institutions, factories, enterprises or other relevant places for groups in relation to their training and knowledge of these places in Spain.

Visit a high school We organize trips to a high school so that our foreign students can share their experiences with Spanish students and learn about Spanish education system.
Visit to a cattle farm The school groups visit a livestock farm with a view to making an impression on the land: finding out about agro-economy, plants, animals, etc. 
Visit to the Royal Monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe The Monastery of Guadalupe is located in Guadalupe, Caceres. It is a World Heritage Site, and guards the carved effigy of the Guadalupe Virgin.

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