It is Mozarab in origin and has one of the most beautiful Romanesque atriums in Segovia, surrounding the church on three of its sides.
The present structure is Romanesque, with apses decorated in Romanesque style and a doorway at the end of the church with beautifully decorated archivolts. The church tower in three sections is in the centre of the nave. The atrium has round arches resting on columns with Roman capitals.
Esteban Vicente Museum of Contemporary Art
The museum is housed in the palace of Henry IV of Spain dating…