- Asturian Pre-Romanesque Art: Santa Maria de Naranco, San Miguel de Lillo...
- Cave Art: Tito Bustillo and its Cave Art Centre (Ribadesella), La Peña (Candamo) and the Teverga Prehistory Park.
- The Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias (Oviedo).
- The Museum of the Asturian People (Gijón).
- The Castros of Navia: Castro culture.
- "Princess of Asturias" Awards.
- World Heritage Sites
- Asturian Pre-Romanesque
- Cave art
- Museums and cultural spaces
- Cultural itineraries
- Religious heritage
Travel back in time inside a cave
A hypnotic Museum of Fine Arts
More than 15,000 works, dated from the 14th century to the present, make up the biggest collection of art in the Principality, belonging to the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias. Paintings, sculptures, engravings, photographs. Works from Dali to Goya, El Greco, Murillo, Tàpies, Barceló make up this open collection, which continues to grow thanks to acquisitions, grants and donations. The museum building is of great value in and of itself. It is made up three buildings, the Velarde Palace (18th century), the Oviedo-Portal House (17th century) and the award-winning extension by Patxi Mangado, opened in 2015.
A unique style in Europe
Twelve temples and three civil buildings, dated between the 8th and 10th centuries, make up the most complete and best-preserved set of architecture from the high medieval period in western Europe, with beautiful pieces of precious metal work. Its artistic and historical singularity has been recognised by UNESO since 1985. Buildings that enjoy this distinction are San Julián de los Prados, San Miguel de Lillo, Santa María del Naranco, the Holy Chamber de Oviedo, the Foncalada fountain and Santa Cristina de Lena.