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Huelva’s most important claim to fame is the fact that Christopher Columbus took his first voyage to discover America in 1492. It is noted that Columbus stayed at the monastery of La Rabida in Huelva just before he set off. Visitors to Huelva can see a large sculpture of Columbus within the port.
There are many religious buildings in Huelva, most important of these is the Cathedral of La Merced built in the 18th century. The adjoining convent is now the university.
The best view of the city is from the El Conquero viewpoint. Upon this hill is the Sanctuary of Nuestra Senora de la Cinta. Built in the 15th century, the sanctuary is dedicated to the city’s patron saint.
For those who would prefer a more relaxed visit to the city, Huelva offers some of the most beautiful beaches on the Andulusian coast. An alternative is a visit to the Donana National park which has just been declared a world heritage site.
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