Huelva is a port city in southwestern Spain, where the Odiel and Tinto rivers flow into. To the north of the central area stands the chapel of the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de la Cinta, which dates from the 15th century and is characterized by its white facades. In the Museum of Huelva you can find a wide collection of archaeological pieces. The city's cathedral has an impressive Baroque-style façade. In the Plaza de las Monjas, flanked by palm trees, stands a statue of the explorer Christopher Columbus.