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Catedral de Santa Maria de Teruel, Province of Teruel

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  • After paying the € 2 entry, both the roof, the altar and the apse had altars light turned off and only the encendian just as he passed the guide so we could not see anything. If this is so at least that the entrance is free. A disgrace have a beautiful building managed so badly.
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  • The best example of mudejar art, is a wonder, the chapel in Teruel, and coffered ceilings if ringworm of the Mudejar style.
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  • There is a lot to see in Teruel but this church you can't lose, entering the first thing that strikes you is the ceiling all inlaid and painted, carved wooden altar, they could clean it from dust as the Church has just been restored, and the choir.
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  • The tour makes all the difference. The curling is a real gem!
  • There are two points of interest: the Cathedral behind the altar, and the roof in painted wood. I was lucky enough to happen during a guided tour and they didn't go up in the walkway below the roof. The latter is absolutely unique and interesting for its history
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  • The building has no interest but makes up for it with the ceiling of mudejar, which only accessible by guided tour of a walkway at the top of the walls. During the visit they insist on stopping at each one of the images, almost all without interest, again insist on the Patron Saint, in floor radiant heating that just put, jokes about Teruel and bizkaian, etc. An inappropriate show. To top it off we were more than 60 people in the group, perhaps the swimming trip, and the route was a real torment, not counting the having to be packaged in the narrow catwalk hanging on the walls that allows to see the ceiling.
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  • Because everyone, say style Mudéjar and recommend uploading to visit her and see her.
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  • The Cathedral of mudejar style from the Xlll century, highlighting its bell tower.
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