Iglesia de San Pedro & San Isidro

Castilla y León

The fusion of 12th-century Romanesque-Mudéjar elements with later Gothic modifications makes this church worth seeking out. Don't miss the porticoes in the cloister. Discovered in 1994 during major restoration works, when they emerged from beneath later additions to the church's structure, the 12th-century reliefs of a Roman queen, Arab king and Catholic bishop reflect the various cultures of the region over the years.

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