Interior of the church of the convent of Santa Clara
The Royal Convent of Santa Clara is a nunnery in Tordesillas, Spain. Founded by the king Pedro of Castile in 1363, this convent of Poor Clares is now under the administration of the Spanish national heritage organisation, the Patrimonio Nacional.
It is noted for its mudéjar architecture, such as the ceiling of the church. The ceiling employs a type of decoration called artesonado.
Coordinates: 41°30′00″N 4°59′50″W / 41.5000°N 4.9972°W