The outline of this Gothic church with its two high towers is one of the most emblematic silhouettes in the city. The southern or clock tower is crowned with a weathervane in the shape of a cockerel. The clock itself becomes the focus of all eyes every 6 July, as its hands mark the start of the festivities of San Fermín.
Church of San Saturnino
Calle Ansoleaga, 21
31001 Pamplona-Iruña, Pamplona, Navarre (Autonomous Community of Navarre)
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A tribute to Pablo Sarasate, an outstanding Pamplona-born musician.