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Iglesia de San Felipe, Zaragoza

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  • I thought this was a more conservatively decorated church and set in the Plaza del Felipe square. There were many children playing ball out the front and everyone seemed to be very happy. It is worth ...  more »
  • The Church of San Felipe is located at Calle del Ciprés, 2. It is also called the Church of San Felipe and Santiago the Minor. The church was constructed in 1686 by the Marques de Villaverde to replac...  more »
  • This church called Iglesia San Gil sometimes deserves a detour. Relatively simple from the outside, it is nicely decorated inside.
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  • The current church of St. Philip and James the less is begun in 1686, after knock down the former being too small before the increase in the population of the parish. On the urge of the latest fundamental role of the family of the Marquis of Villaverde, which gives the site for the expansion of the Church and helps with generous financial contributions. Outside, the cover presents a composition full of plasticity and movement, which seems to anticipate the rich interior baldachin. On Solomonic columns, the figures of the two holders are located: St. Philip and James the less. The gateway to the Church, was in its day the Basilica del Pilar and later moved to its current location. The Altar is a canopy that follows the model created by Bernini for San Pedro of the Vatican. The Solomonic columns of black marble from Calatorao framed images of St. Philip and James the less; the set is completed with the figures of five virtues: charity, hope, strength, justice and faith.
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  • A church very nice. I recommend your visit!
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  • Beautiful architecture in a privileged place of Zaragoza
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  • Good place to visit.
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  • One of the best churches in Zaragoza
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