Church of Santiago

Church of Santiago, Guadalajara

Church of Santiago
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Peter W
Oxford, UK3,081 contributions
Attractive and under stated
Jan. 2019 • Solo
Came across this small church whilst walking around the town. Attractive if under stated from the outside. Inside warm and welcoming with some nice architecture
Written 28 January 2019
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,775 contributions
Interesting Church
Jul. 2011 • Couples
The Church of Santiago dates from the 14th century. The exterior of the church is unpretentious. The interior has Gothic and Mudejar elements. There are three naves that are separated by stone pilasters that support the pointed arches of the church. There is a Mudejar ceiling along the central nave. There are two noteworthy side chapels. The Chapel of La Epistola was founded by Diego Garcia de Guadalajara and has a Gothic design. The Chapel of El Evangelio has a Plateresque design and was done by Alonso de Covarrubias at the beginning of the 16th century. It holds the tomb of Juan de Zuñiga, who was a knight of the Order of Santiago.
Written 20 April 2012
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