We turned up here, on the E edge of Salamanca old town, just before lunchtime closing. It seemed locked up so we turned away, only to be called back by a lady who took us on a personal guided tour. She didn't speak any English or French but was so expressive that we understood most of what she said. It's a fascinating place with a great mixture of styles and exhibits. The highlight was up above the domed ceiling of the church, seeing the original wooden roof (2 layers) and quirky paintings. Superb value at €3 each and I gave her another €5 towards the restoration fund, it was so interesting. NB: the name of the place is Convento de Santa Clara, not Las Claras.
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