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The Holy Cathedral of Segovia is a Catholic temple devoted to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and San Frutos. During the Communions War (1520 – 1522) the Cathedral was destroyed, it was located in front of the Fortress. They decided to build a new...more
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A Gothic-style Roman Catholic church. The cathedral has massive columns on the inside, which hold the vaulted ceiling. There is a large amount of open area, which surprises me for a Roman Catholic church, Over 50% of the space on the main floor level is...More
The cathedral is a stunning work of architecture. It is right off the Plaza Mayor. The exterior is beautiful, and even more so when it is lit up at night. The interior is also quite beautiful, particularly the amazing buttresses and ornate metal work. The...More
We are constantly amazed at some of the buildings we see which were built by hand prior to any cranes or hoists and this Roman Catholic Cathedral is another great example.
It is built on the highest point in Segovia and is 33 metres tall...More
I was on a tour and as you pass through the main plaza the church is looming in the background. It’s huge and looks to be made possibly of sandstone or limestone but I’m not sure. I like old churches and this one is real...More
Best shots at night.
Best day shots from Gazebo in Plaza.
Best from a distance ... the Alcazar.
Now I confess.
After seven days of churches in Spain we gave it a miss.
Whether a chapel is earliest Romanesque, or another alter from Valladolid or...More