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Home»Microsites»Religious Segovia

Churches within the city wall

SAN ANDRÉS [St. ANDREW]
A Romanesque church located between the Cathedral and the Alcázar [Fortress]. It maintains an apse articulated with two columns and a magnificent brick tower added after the original construction. In the interior, following several Baroque renovations, little remains of the original Romanesque architecture.

 

SAN QUIRCE
Records show it has been in existence since the 12th Century, but the lack of parishioners and close proximity to other churches led it into a long period of decline until the 18th Century. It was saved from ruin by the renovations of the Universidad Popular de Segovia [The People's University of Segovia] -nowadays the Academia de Historia y Arte de San Quirce [St. Quirce Academy of History and Art] with the church as its headquarters, including a conference hall-.

 

SAN NICOLÁS [St. NICHOLAS]
A single-nave church with a chancel. In the centre of its apse, there is a round-headed window with a splayed arch and small columns. It currently houses the Municipal Theatre Workshop.

 

SAN MIGUEL [St. MICHAEL]
This substituted the former Romanesque church of the same name, located in the centre of present-day Plaza Mayor [Main Square]. The new church is Gothic from the 16th Century, with a single nave and level chancel with chapels between the buttresses.

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