Santuario de Nuestra Señora de las Nieves is a 17th century church and attached bull ring outside of Bolaños de Calatrava and Almagro in La Mancha, Spain.
This site is contributing to our efforts to study the evolution of ecclesiastical architecture and our interest in the organization and social control of public spaces.
This animation shows a rendering of point clouds that CVAST created by scanning Santuario Virgen de las Nieves using terrestrial laser scanners.
A spectacular, one-of-a-kind Bronze Age site built to defend crops and natural resources
A crusader-period castle built in the battle against invading Moors
A crusader-period castle with a history ranging back to prehistoric times
A historic church with bull ring annex, used to control public festivities
A historic bullring, in use to this very today
The very same windmills that inspired Cervantes to write Don Quixote