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Parroquia De San Lázaro, Palencia
(3.9/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Parroquia De San Lázaro is located in Palencia. To visit Parroquia De San Lázaro on your trip to Palencia, use our Palencia family vacation planner.
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  • If have time see to see it, by its structure, its antiquity, not you usually. None of it, from the dog's exterior at the foot of the Walker inside.
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  • Taking into account the churches that exist in Palencia, this temple is to see it only if you fall in step. Simplicity, an altarpiece which called attention and beautiful sculptures of Lazarus at the entrance.
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  • We don't know if we are going to summarize each and every one of the treasures which houses the Church. Is Temple parish, was built in several stages starting from the S-XIV of style Gothic. It was recently renovated. However, his greatest artistic treasure, is his altarpiece in plateresque Renaissance style. According to reliable data built in 1076, in what was a building founded by el cid, so it was a hospital for pilgrims, on your door there is an inscription which recalls that fact. In 1508 is was in State ruinous, by what D. Sancho of Castile it rebuilt almost whole so that houses his mausoleum family. Since then pass into the hands of the hospitaller order of S. Juan de Dios, to give birth then became parish to the present day. Deduce that it more old preserved is the room of the pardon (S-XIII to the 14th). Although its main altarpiece is not the original, not let be the stellar star of this temple. Commissioned it Sancho the painter Juan de Flandes (plateresque S-XVI), six paintings that composed it is very scattered, four are in le Prado Museum (Madrid), the other two are in the National Gallery Of Art in Washington, D.C.. The tables around the picture of Andrea Sarto, the Virgin, child and S. Juanito. There are also various sculptures related to Alonso Berruguete and Juan de Valmaseda. The modern picture "Emmaus way" is from Palencia painter Antonio Guzmán Capel. We believe that this deserves to be seen.
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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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