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Beautiful little church just a few blocks down from the aqueduct. It’s worth the walk down to see the incredible architecture. Glad to see it’s still being used as a house of worship after all these years
Built in the 12th century, it is located in the Moorish part of the town, so pleased our guide brought us here. Entrance is free, no doubt you could leave a donation if you wished. Not many visitors here, can not understand, as the building...More
It is located in the poor Moorish district of the town of Segovia. Was built in 12th century, this is a church which you could easily miss when you are touring Segovia by foot.
The interior is sparsely decorated, nothing worth historical value and very...More
San Millan Church was built in the 12th century (the oldest in the city) in the Romanesque style and is located in the Plaza de San Millan, in the Moorish quarter. It is thought that King Alfonso of Aragon commissioned it. The architecture is very...More
Nice, old romanesque church dating back to 12th century. The tower is believed to be the oldest part of the church. Located on a large square in old moorish quarter - much less frequently visited by tourists although it's a short walk from the aqueduct....More