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Iglesia de Santa Cruz, Madrid

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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3.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • The Church of Holy Cross, the Church of Jude, the patron of the impossible, everyone who wants to pass something comes to praying, cola first Wednesday of month half Madrid comes to ask for favors, so to pray and then squid sandwich.
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  • I would call it the remnants of the Church from the 13rd century. Is next to. The wall of Arab baths. Very many times were fire. It was established as a temple in honor of the victory of Alfonso VIII 16 July 1212 year in battle de Las Carport de Tolosa (la batalla de las Navas de Tolosa). Originally the building was located on the square of Santa Cruz. In the 14th century the Church was lit as the Church of Santa Cruz. In 1627-1660 year architect Francisco del Castillo (Francisco del Castillo) the Bell Tower was built. The building shifted several fires and restorations from 1620 to the year 1767.
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  • Of course after visiting the Iglesia de nostra Segnora de Los Angeles (San Francisco), this is much simpler, but very, very beautiful and rich. His hats and have all of the beautiful wooden altars, altar and finely chiselled the Blessed Sacrament Chapel. But a side altar impressed me and it's the one with a statue of the Virgin Mary in silver. Poor Jesus Christ born poor.
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