A Photo Gallery of Trujillo’s Plaza Mayor

Trujillo is truly one Spanish city that I will not soon forget.  The city might be small, but it will leave a lasting impression on you.  I’ve collected some photographs of Trujillo’s Plaza Mayor.  The plaza was covered with a temporary bull ring, from Carnaval the day before.  However, I found some time to visit the Santa Maria Mayor Church in the plaza.  The church is beautiful and worth visiting.  I was also able to get up early and take some photographs of the plaza at sunrise.

I hope you enjoy the photos and I look forward to your feedback.  Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!

Statue of Francisco Pizarro.

Statue of Francisco Pizarro.

 

Restaurants overlooking the plaza.

Restaurants overlooking the plaza.

 

Santa Maria La Mayor.

Santa Maria La Mayor.

 

Early morning photograph of the steps in the plaza.

Early morning photograph of the steps in the plaza.

 

Sunrise photo of the square.

Sunrise photo of the square.

 

Statue of a friar near the church.

Statue of a priest near the church.

 

View of the plaza from the church.

View of the plaza from the church.

 

Side entrance to the church.

Side entrance to the church.

 

Santa Maria La Mayor Church.

Santa Maria La Mayor Church.

 

View of inside the church.

View of inside the church.

 

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Road leading to the Plaza Mayor.

 

Famous storks of Extremadura.

Famous storks of Extremadura.

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