Monument commemorating the Battle of Puente Sanpayo where in 1809 an army consisting largely of Spanish peasants defeated the occupying French army.
Pontevedra City Hall
Artwork outside the Santa Maria health care center
Not sure of the location of this "skylight" but think it might be in a tourism center in town.
Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, dating from the sixteenth century. The seafarers guild was a major source of funds for its construction.
The main altar in the church. The exterior of the church is considered more architecturally interesting than the interior.
Various religious and historical figures are on the main facade including Christopher Columbus and Hernán Cortés.
Ruins from a previous civilization.
One of many interesting doors we saw on the trip.
Statue of Ramón María del Valle, a radical Spanish playwright held in great renown in Spain.
The Church of the Pilgrim begun in 1778. It is dedicated to the Virgin who guided pilgrims from Portugal to Santiago on the Portuguese Way. It is the only circular church in Spain.
The Convent of San Francisco. Legend has it that St. Francis of Assisi founded the monastery while passing through the city on the Camino de Santiago route. It is thought to date from the 13th century.