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Parroquia De San Lázaro, Palencia

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  • Its origin, Lazaretto extramuros, your environment, Church of La Puebla district the street vendors, and its recent history from its construction by D. Sancho de Castilla in the year 1508 as the 4th parish in the Capital, together with the simplicity of its lines and the successful reforms carried out in the last 10 years, as well as the total rebuilding of it in 1959 after his wreck in 1947 , it converted in a referent of an of them zones more modern of Palencia in the header of the street Burgos (old road Real towards the "Caput Castellae"). In its origins it was depositary of a famous altarpiece with paintings by Juan de Flandes, today the National Museum of the Prado and the National Gallery of Arts of Washington, while retaining other retablorenacentista installed in 1959 and an image of San Juan de Dios by Gregorio Fernández, recently donated to the Church by the hospitaller order, closely linked to the parish as the order's first sanatorium was built at the end of the 16th in its vicinity.
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  • Temple formerly outside the walls. It dates its founding from 1508 by King Sancho of Castile. Although it has undergone several renovations and reconstructions that have distorted his legacy remains a good example of Spanish Gothic
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  • If you have time go to see it, by its structure, its age, you do not usually. None of it, from the dog's exterior at the foot of the Walker inside.
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  • Large parishes in the city, meeting point and reference of religious celebrations. Central, modern. It is worth a visit.
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