Cave of Salamanca
The Cave of Salamanca (Cueva de Salamanca, in spanish) is a legendary enclave of the town of Salamanca where, according to popular tradition, the devil taught classes.
Cervantes was treated to burlesque legend in his: The Cave of Salamanca. The tradition moved to Latin America, where several countries called witches and demons dens Salamancas
During her reign, Isabella the Catholic ordered a wall to prevent acces to the cave. Following the destruction of the church of St. Cebrián at the end of the sixteenth century, the Cave of Salamanca served as a storage room of the palace of Mayorazgo Albandea, and was later used as a storage room of a bakery for charcoal.
In the early 90s, people thoroughly excavated the area, located on the Cuesta de Carvajal, to the back of the cathedrals, and found the floor of the church of San Cebrián and the Cave of Salamanca.
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