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San Martin Church, Segovia
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  • St. Martin's Church is a Catholic, of Romanesque style Church (though its origin is Mozarabic), built in the 12TH century. It is located between the Plaza de Medina del Campo, the Plazuela de San Martín and calle de Juan Bravo. The belfry, of Mudejar style stands out. The temple was closed when we went, but also see it on the outside is worth.
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  • We saw it just outside since it was closed by the schedule. It is in Calle Real, height Juan Bravo Street, next to the plaza de Medina del Campo. It is the 12TH century Romanesque and mudejar style. From Street stands the arcaded Gallery, above ground, surrounding the entire Church less head, with arches and columns with Romanesque capitals. Its high Bell Tower of brick with numerous arches, culminated in a shrine of Texas black is also very visible.
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  • The splendid Temple, is defined by three columns and three apses, Atrium a mudejar tower that occupies the space of the dome. Special interest have carved capitals, the marble plaque with the effigy of San Martin, located on the outside of the apse and the four statues column of the facade.
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