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Fantastic

Very impressive. Well maintained and simply beautiful, just across the City Hall ( Ayuntamiento... read more

Reviewed 18 May 2018
AlexF939
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Tampa, FL
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Extraordinary rose window

The church is magnificent, especially at sunset. You can make outstanding photos. Be sure to pay... read more

Reviewed 25 September 2017
Vitalino
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Moscow
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Reviewed 29 September 2015

The biggest thrill for a literary adventurer is that half of the body of the author of Celestina is buried in the wall in the interior. The Church itself is lovely and yes the rose window is something to look at. Just across is the Plaza del Pan which is an attractive plaza with plenty of benches to sit and observe life in that little square of Talavera de la Reina.

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Reviewed 26 June 2014

Be aware that it isn't usually possible for tourists to see inside the church in the afternoon. (At any rate, it wash't in May 2014. To check, maybe ring the tourist office - 925826322.) If all you want to see is the extraordinary rose window, though, it doesn't matter, because the window's only visible from outside.

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Reviewed 22 May 2014

My wife and I recently visited this church and the young priest was very simpatico and shows us around and explained everything. The architecture of the church is quite interesting and the cloister was quite big. There was a very important sculpture of Christ called Ecce Homo and the artist was the famous Pedro de Mena. The name of the young priest was Ignacio, and he was very educated. He made our visit very memorable!

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