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Catedral de San Servasio, Valladolid
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Head to Catedral de San Servasio and take in the grand 16th- and 18th-century architecture. The church was first built in 1545 and was partially demolished, before being restored during the early 1700s. It features two tall towers that loom large over the adjacent town square. In the middle of the facade, find a stone-carved shield with a white sparrow, and just above, you can see a 19th-century clock. Inside, tall arches support the domed interior. The building takes up a total surface area of 6,658 sq m (71,666 sq ft). Put Catedral de San Servasio at the forefront of your travel plans using our Valladolid tour planner.
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No me agradó en particular por la cantidad de basura que se encontraba dentro y fuera del lugar y el trato por parte de la gente al rededor es maloNot I was pleased in particular by the amount of trash that was inside and outside the workplace and the people around the Central magnificent buffet breakfast is badshow original
en ese pueblo de méxico, donde todo es magia, no puedes no visitar la Catedral. Para amantes de historia, la fotografía...in the village of mexico, where everything is magic, not you can not visit the Cathedral. For lovers of history, photography...show original
Estas como en el siglo 18 es imponente . la catedral tiene mucho espiritual .te deja son palablras !!These as in the 18th century is impressive. the Cathedral has much spiritual .te leaves are palablras!show original
The Cathedral of San Gervasio was completed in 1570 by the Franciscans, but desecrated due to the struggle between Mayans and Spanish destroyed, it was rebuilt in 1702. Very impressive church, especially when lighted at night.
Very old church, I wish I could of seen more of it. We stopped by after our tour of Chichan Itza on the way back to Cancun. Great architecture.
We stopped for 20 minutes in Valladolid on our tour. Wish we would have had more time. Enjoyed our visit to the church and central square.
Beautiful old church on the road between Cancun and Chichen Itza.
Mathieu Coquelet Ruiz
Particularly beautiful at night. It is located in front on the main square, where you can enjoy the view of it and the outside together.
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