CHURCH AND TOWER OF ST. MIGUEL ARCÁNGEL

CHURCH AND TOWER OF ST. MIGUEL ARCÁNGEL

Temple that looks like a Collegiata located in the center of town.

Baroque church that retains its Gothic origins of the cover of the gospel and the vaults of the chapels located at the foot of the temple. Highlights in the spacious naves of the sixteenth century and the upcoming to the header of the gospel, in which there is an extraordinary star-ribbed vault chapel. The High Altar covered by a beautiful dome, a baroque temple presides three sides with a great ornamental wealth.Highlights the choir stalls of the sixteenth century, Renaissance aesthetic, formed by rows of seats decorated with scrolls and corbels. Crown this temple built by Juan Alfonso de Ladera between 1749 and 1756 a tower that has a height of 64 meters. Its construction is made of blocks of stone and brick and pottery decorated with baroque motifs and figures of the four evangelists in terra-cotta. In its last body is topped by a figure of San Miguel Archangel.

Address: Spain Square
Town: Jerez de los Caballeros
Country: España

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