Via de la Plata, St. James’ way through Extremadura

Between 1996 and 2004, Extremadura Regional Government promoted a project to rescue from oblivion the Extremadura Silver route, which in Roman times travelled Hispania between Astorga and Merida.

/ Cáceres / Extremadura.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2005

Various urban works in Olivenza

Olivenza, the most Portuguese of Spanish cities, was the subject of different urban recovery, rehabilitation, and monumental restoration works that restored it to its old splendor.

Olivenza / Badajoz / Extremadura.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1990

Restoration in the monastery of Guadalupe

The monastery of Guadalupe, one of the most important in Spain, both for historical importance and artistic wealth, was restored in 1992 sponsored by the World Monuments Fund.

Guadalupe / Cáceres / Extremadura.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1995

Restoration and consolidation of the Roman theatre of Medellin

The works on the southern slope of Cerro del Castillo have brought to light one of the best-preserved Roman theatres in Spain.

Medellín / Badajoz / Extremadura.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 2013

Monfragüe Natural Park

This diploma is the first Europa Nostra award granted in Spain to a natural site.

Serradilla, Jaraicejo, Malpartida de Plasencia, Serrejón, Toril y Torrejón el Rubio / Cáceres / Extremadura.
Award in the Category Conservation in the year 1984