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We were disappointed to find this beautiful 13th century church locked, having fallen in love with the exterior. Can't confirm it on the internet, but the suggestion is that the church is now permanently closed, which is such a shame. The Romanesque tower is the...More
San Esteban Church is a marvelous small church in Segovia. There is a Greco painting inside the church - the Burial of Count Orgaz - plus there is a very simple doorway on the back of the church that has three doorways - each one...More
We always make a stop to San Esteban because it is my father’s (and now my son’s) patron saint. It is a beautiful church. Unfortunately I do not believe they hold mass there anymore- but it is still an incredible sight to see!
Interesting discovery in our wander through the city.
The essential romanesque is displayed in this church, located in a square that looks recentlyrestored. Awesome tower, well preserved and with an impressive height.
The church was not the main attraction but it did compliment the beauty of the old city of Segovia. I took some photos and kept going to Plaza Mayor to have lunch. I didn't see the church open when we passed by, so that's why...More
San Esteban Church is apparently no longer complete and you can't go inside. On the south/ south east flank is a fine arcaded loggia. The starkly Romanesque campanile is a little ponderous
and the upper levels, easily distinguishable, are a C20th rebuild.
It sits on...More