Church of Santa María la Antigua
Plaza de Portugalete, s/n.
47002 Valladolid (Castile-Leon)
Gothic temple from the 14th century
The temple was founded in the 11th century by Count Ansúrez. From within this Romanesque construction a beautiful tower remains, topped with a slender pyramid shaped spire (13th century). The primitive church was replaced by what can be seen today, a Gothic church of the 14th century. Its high altarpiece is the work of Juan de Juni and can be found today in the high chapel of the Valladolid Cathedral.
- Construction: Church
- Artistic period: Gothic
- Historic period: 14th century, 11th century
- Setting: Cathedral, Calderón Theatre.
Tours before and after worship
- Admission free