Project Description

Spiritual and cultural main point of the Valencian golden age

The Monastery of the Royal Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Valencia is

The Monastery of the Holy Trinity in Valencia is one of the best examples of Mediterranean Gothic architecture. It was founded by Queen María de Castilla, wife of Alfonso V ´the Magnanimous´ and regent of the kingdom during the long absence of her husband. Complying with her will, the queen was buried in it, in a beautiful stone made sarcophagus, which converts the monastery into the only occupied Royal Pantheon located in the region.

The Ars Magna team will guide you through this national monument, spiritual and cultural main point of the Valencian golden age, immersing yourself in the history of the city of Valencia by way of a five-century journey.