San Millán Church
Located in the poor area of the Segovian Moorish quarter, a district of Mozarab artisans.Built in the XII century in Romanesque style.Its floor plan replicates that of the Cathedral of Jaca. It has three naves and three apses plus a small apse in the north gallery.Of note are the capitals of its columns and the horse shoe arches.There is also some interesting Mudejar handicraft, a XIV century Gothic crucifixion and some important carvings.
- Construction: Church
- Artistic period: Romanesque
- Historic period: 12th century
- Admission free