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Iglesia de San Felipe, Zaragoza
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  • It is u Baroque Temple of the century to the 17TH century which is located next to the Palace of the counts da Argillo today the Pablo Gargallo Museum. On the cover there are two spiral columns which are St. Philip and James the less and high Santa Elena. The entrance door was brought from the Basilica del Pilar, has three naves with nine exquisite Apostles that guide you toward the altar, must see the baptismal font with polychrome Jasper and especially the Altar which follows the model of Bernini for Saint Peter in the Vatican with black marble columns and a rococo altarpiece.
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  • Beautiful 17 century church with a beautiful entrance with twisted columns, reconstructed through hundred years after construction, is located on a small and very cosy homonymous square. The Church adjoins the Arhil′ Palace, which now houses the Museum of modern art, where works by Pablo Gargallo. In the Church itself, alas, do not hit-everything was closed.
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  • This church is situated in the old town. Façade of the Church in General without a lot of decorations, but very beautifully executed Portal login. Two twisted columns with figures of the Saints above them, domes and bas-reliefs. Inside the three naves, a lot of sculptural figures of apostles and saints. Very nice retable then executed-iconostasis. On the square in front of the church a few benches in the shade, sitting on which better addressed the Tower bell towers and the composition of the building.
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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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