Valladolid was a city of Kings, Queens and prominent figures of the Spanish history: King Fernando and Queen Isabel married here in 1469; it was a meeting point for explorers, such as Ferdinand Mallegan & where Christopher Columbus died. It was also the city of residence of Miguel de Cervantes, author of Don Quijote. History has left an imprint in the city which is visible in its architectural diversity, class and sophistication. The historic center of Valladolid is home to an interesting collection of Renaissance architecture comprising noble houses, palaces and emblematic buildings such as the Cathedral, the College of San Gregorio (today the site of the National Sculpture Museum) and the church of San Pablo.
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