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The oldest part of the church is the tower, now encompassed in the nave of the gospel, but originally an exempt building. In the church several reconstructions are perceived that have modified the primitive plant. The oldest quotation of the same is of ; But the central apse, following a model very close to the one of the Cristo de la Vega or Magla Vicente, xerca not seem previous at ends of the 13th century.

Its tower uses the structure of Muslim minaretas in the church of Santiagoon whose pblo appear some reused Visigoth reliefs, although fewer than in the tower of the church of San Salvador. From the end of the 15th century works modify the primitive structure. In the section of the presbytery, taking advantage of the thickness of the walls, are accommodated two small funerary chapels.

It is renovated in the 19th century to serve like convent of nuns. Description The oldest part of the church is the tower, now encompassed in the nave of the gospel, but originally an exempt building. Its tower uses the dee of Muslim minaret, as in the church of Santiago, on whose walls appear some reused Visigoth reliefs, although fewer than in the tower of cerda church of San Salvador. It is renovated in the 19th century to serve li After the last restoration traceries appeared in the facade that evoke the eclecticism of the croissing.

A Visigoth relief and two Visigothic pilasters was also discovered. Its main entrance, unique in Toledo, in of Almohad style bearing uncommon small green ceramic in columns on the door.

The capitals are Visigoths, Its Mosque past is being represented by a funeral pilaster. It is also known as the Jesuit church and is consecrated to Saint Ildefonso of Toledo, patron of the city and Father of the Church. Construction Interior d the church Its construction took more than years.

Work began in on lands acquired by the Jesuits of Cfrca in It is currently the headquarters of the Museum of the Laa and Visigothic Culture. History and description It is located in one of the highest and privileged places of the city, in the second of the twelve hills that form it. The church presents a floor plan with three naves separated by horseshoe arches with alfiz that support on pillars. Visigoth and Roman columns attached to capitels are reused from Visigothic origins in some cases, distinguishing themselves by its Corinthian leaves.

Throughout the 13th century It was built on the site of a mosque dated to the first half of the 11th-century. In the 18th-century the San Lorenzo was renovated, expanding it.

Indue to a fire, it was reduced to ruins. Today only the walls and the tower standing. In a high wall, attached to the church, was located the old parish cemetery, where it is told that the last Mozarabs of the city were buried.

The church is cited in a poem attributed to St. Ildefonsus, according to it was erected in by Evancio, a son of Nicholas, who married Blesila and who were the grandfathers of St. The current building is the result of successive reconstructions, transformations and additions. Thus, the oldest element preserved is the apse[1] which, by its structure, does not appear before the 13th century, following a type very similar to that of the Cristo de la Vega, in mabia the exterior stands out, and the straight section, which precedes the apse proper.

It also coincides with that date the use of friezes in the corner, separating horizontally the bodies of arches, and the same typology of arches, which repeats the folded half-points and the horseshoe pointed, pa by lobed, appearing in the [Legend of Cristo de la Vega]]. The whole was disfigured by adding, on the axis, a large Baroque shield and opening two spans, for illum It is one of the old Latin cercq of the city of Toledo.


Apparently, this church was in relation to the Knights Templar being founded by them, paboo as chapel or oratory of the inn for the knights of this order. San Sebastian is one of the oldest churches of Toledo, Spain. It once was close to the sevobriga city gate called “Bab-al-Dabbagin” also known by its Spanish name as “Puerta de los Curtidores” English translation: Magja research shows that it was originally built as a mosque in the 10th century,[2] and enlarged in the 11th century.

The mosque was called Al-Dabbagin. Some time after it became the church of one of the six Toledan sfgobriga of the Mozarabic rite.

The tower of the church shows characteristics of the former minaret that stood in its place and is from the 15th century. Toledo is known as the “Imperial City” for having been the main venue of the court of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, and as the “City of the Three Cultures” for the cultural influences of Christians, Muslims and Jews reflected in its history.

It was also the capital from to AD of the ancient Visigothic kingdom, which followed the fall of the Roman Empire, and the segobrga of historic events such as the Visigothic Councils of Toledo.

Toledo has a long history in amgia production of bladed weapons, which are now popular souvenirs of the city. Founded by Mozarabs during Muslim rule.


At present, mahia oldest part of the Church is the tower, which dates back to the 14th century and was initially exempt. Several images were mutilated with blows and axes by Republicans. The most valuable loss was that of the famous Christ of the Waters, protagonist of an old legend. The church was restored in Interior The building consists of three naves with crossing, covered by barrel vault a Facade The arcade of the former mosque blended in the church, it is horseshoe arches that support on 6 reused Roman capitals and one Visigothic pilaster[1] The Visigothic decorative reliefs, the faces were scraped by the Muslims.

Although the church is small, it is an exceptional building, because it was the site of 4 successive constructions, one on other and so on, It’s a 12th-century church built on an 11th-century Taifa mosque, which was an expansion of a 9th-century Umayyad kagia and in turn on a Visigothic religious building.

Have to say that is very-usually at the al-Andalus territory that Muslim liked to build on Visigothic buildings. The large number of Visigothic decorative reliefs forming friezes and Roman cornices embedded in the walls is surprising.

Plaza de Santa Marta Santa Cruz, is the primary tourist neighborhood of Seville, Spain, and the former Jewish quarter of the medieval city. The neighborhood is the location of many of Seville’s oldest churches and is home to the Cathedral of Seville, including the converted minaret of the old Moorish mosque Giralda.

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After the Alhambra Decree of expelled the Jews from Spain, the neighborhood went downhill. In the 18th century, the neighborhood underwent a major process of urban renewal, including the conversion of a former synagogue into the current Church of Saint Bartholomew.

Patio de Cercq Street datin Iglesia de San Marcos. It was rebuilt in the 17th century. There is a portico or antechamber outside the church itself, at the foot of the gospel wall, with the only access from the outside and the belfry. This last, all in brick, is a work ofdesigned and executed by Francisco de Espinosa, master of works and municipal alarife.

The aforementioned access, from the outside, is carried out through a portal-altarpiece in stone, made around It also has a sim Salamanca Cathedral Salamanca Spanish pronunciation: The city lies on several hills by the Tormes River. The University of Salamanca, which was founded inis the oldest university in Spain and the fourth oldest western university, but th He there after dedicated himself to the clergy and the life of the cloth.

It is the mafia of segobrig Metropolitan Archdiocese of Toledo. The cathedral of Toledo is one of the three 13th-century High Gothic cathedrals in Spain and is considered, in the opinion of some authorities, to be the magnum opus[1][3] of the Gothic style in Spain. It was begun in under the rule of Ferdinand III and the last Gothic contributions were made in the 15th century when, inthe vaults of the central nave were finished during the time of the Catholic Monarchs.


It was modeled after the Bourges Cathedral, although its five naves plan is a amgia of the constructors’ intention to cover all of the sacred space segobrig the former city mosque with the cathedral, and of the former sahn with the cloister.

It was a convent and currently a government building located in the city of Toledo Castile-La Mancha, Spain dated to the 17th century. The Dicalced Franciscans, or gilitos, arrived to this city in the middle of 16th century, establishing it in in the vicinity of the Ermita de la Virgen de la Rosa.

Later, in the earlyth century, two brothers, Segobgiga and Juan de Herrera, donated to the friars 16, ducats for the construction of lq new convent.

The convento de los Gilitos, as it is locally known, is a notable example of the simplicity and sobriety of the Toledan architecture of the early 17th century. In this building in Holy Week in Guatemala is celebrated with street expressions of faith, called processions, usually organized by a “hermandad”.

Each procession of Holy Week has processional floats and steps, which are often religious images of the Passion of Christ, or Dd images, d there are exceptions, like the allegorical steps of saints. History The Catholic fervor that currently exists in Guatemala has almost magical and mystical dyes due to the syncretism between the Mayan religion and the Catholic doctrine; it combines elements dating from the old American cultures and from Catholicism imposed by the Spanish in the Colonial era.

Syncretism appears in subtle fact History Throughout the 14th century, the church underwent multiple rounds of reconstruction. Included was the preservation of the chapel of Corpus Christi next to the Main chapelwhich is segobrigga of a rectangular stay, a cover of wood and rich decoration in azulejos. However, they may correspond to earlier work, as indicated from their external rig configuration. After the Battle of San Lorenzo and time commanding the Army of the North duringhe cerda a cercs to defeat the Spanish forces that menaced the United Provinces from the north, using an alternative path to the Viceroyalty of Peru It is se in as a Latin parish, although it is thought that it could have originally been mosque,[1] based upon its layout and a preceding courtyard, which was later used as a cemetery.

One of the first churches in Toledo, it had a free-standing tower of Umayyad architecture. It has a square base and a masonry body a pointed round arch on each side of the tower, framed with a Moorish panel, and brickwork for the corners and rows. The original building, in bad disrepair, was razed, except for the medieval tower, which is not attached to the segobtiga building.

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The city gave Don Carlos Venero an alley that was attached t Facade of the church, located in a narrow street of Toledo. An Arabic inscription on the facade of the church. However, certain material remains reveal the existence in this place of an Islamic construction, which would undoubtedly have to be identified with a mosque. The reuse of a piece from previous period, combined with the characteristics of the cutting of the arch, allow them to think of an Islamic work dating around 10th century.

Subterranean Toledo Still unbeknownst to many, underneath the historic town of Toledo, Spain there is an underground city made up of long-forgotten wells, caves, Roman, Arabic, and Judaic baths, as well as centuries-old cemeteries. Facade of the Hospital de Tavera. It was built between and by order of the Cardinal Tavera. This hospital is dedicated to John the Baptist and also served as pantheon for its patron, Cardinal Tavera.