It was huge, everywhere you are in the neighborhood you're right next to its walls.
Beautifully constructed from the outside to the inside, what a tomb!!!!! White marble and twin organs to play classical pieces while they lay there resting their bones; way to go Isabel and Fernando!!!!! Didn't know Juana la Loca was also buried here. Lots of history of the past are depicted here like the wooden panels one of which shows the moors were being baptized...
Amazing, people (men, women, teenagers and children) are still going to church and celebrate Easter with such a solemn and passionate procession pageants in the South.
We live in Barcelona, north of Spain, we see only a few old women attending Sunday mass while their husbands are still sleeping or at bars waiting for them to get out to go for a walk together.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.