Los Cuatro Postes, Avila
Los Cuatro Postes ("The Four Posts") is a little shrine 1.5km outside the walled city of Ávila. A cross covered by a four-posted canopy marks the spot where, at age seven, St. Teresa's uncle stopped her from running off with her brother to seek martyrdom in battle with the Moors. Perched atop a small hill, the site also provides fine views of the town's famed medieval walls.
Quick Facts on Los Cuatro Postes
|Names:||Los Cuatro Postes; Los Cuatro Postes, Avila|
|State:||Castile and Leon|
|cat:||Shrines; Catholic Shrines|
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|Coordinates:||40.659917° N, 4.711088° W (view on Google Maps)|
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Map of Los Cuatro Postes
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- St. Teresa in Avila - Rough Guide to Spain
|Title:||Los Cuatro Postes, Avila|
|Link code:||<a href="http://www.sacred-destinations.com/spain/avila-los-cuatro-postes">Los Cuatro Postes, Avila</a>|