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There are so many places to visit in Ubeda which each have a religious significance. It is difficult to appreciate just how good these places are and how impressive bearing in mind the history. This place is worth a visit
Originally built as a Catholic Church on the site of a mosque in the13th century, this church has undergone many changes, including a 28 year renovation completed in 2011. Much of the interior is Gothic in origin and the exterior has had renaissance modifications in...More
A much-altered church that seems to have suffered greatly in the Spanish Civil War with parts of the structure and the artwork dating from after that time. The highly decorated façade is impressive. If you take the audio tour, you need to go and stand...More
A pretty average experience visiting this church. Spain is catching on to the habit of charging entry to religious buildings. I have always thought it best for a personal offering here (would probably donate more than the fee) but hey, that's capitalism. The church is...More
This cathedral was founded on the grounds of a mosque and has had changes made through several centuries. Now its mixed styles are dominated by Renaissance elegance, the period when the most funding went into its maintenance and development. We were taken with this outstanding...More
Started about 1300, but the facade is from 1600 and perfect on this extraordinary square (The Molina). Inside it is very large, imposing, restored with different styes from gothic to Renaissance. Please also have a look at the Chapel : Christo de la Yedra.
While traveling, we always attend church regardless of the language. This was a special service Saturday evening. While we didn't understand stand very much, we loved being there with so many of the congregants participating. The church mainly dates from the 13th century. Love that...More
This is the first time we were able to enter and enjoy the insides of this building. Surprised there was no charge and the church is being used for masses. The cloisters and architecture we're want I enjoyed. It is not full of gold and...More
If you are in the area - must go! The tickets are expensive ( I think it was around 12,00 eur per person) open only till 5pm!! So hurry up! You see wonderful things! It is a must! Very unfortunate currently some parts under renovation...More
The variation in the design and decoration of this three-story palace which served as residence for nobility, convent, and seat of local government made it possible to appreciate the characteristic features of Renaissance architecture.