The Nuns Square is right in the centre of the capital of Huelva, amongst the pedestrian shopping streets and the old town. It has owed its name since the sixteenth century to the Augustinian convent located here and throughout its history it has undergone numerous renovations and expansions. In this square, in addition to the convent, there are other important and well known buildings and places of interest such as the Palace of the Dukes of Medina Sidonia (XVII century), the former Hotel Paris and the Bank of Spain. It's a large square, with a bandstand, an ornamental fountain and a tourist information point. It is included in the routes of all of the processions during Holy Week. It is worth visiting.