The cathedral’s little sister.
The style of the tower is similar to that of the cathedral, although it is smaller and later.
It is a 14th-century Mudejar style construction. The tower is in brick set with ceramic tiles. The outside of the church is also decorated with tiles, with a polygonal apse reinforced with tower structures. The interior comprises a single nave with ogive vaulted ceiling and side chapels. The church’s main altarpiece is in Renaissance style. On the pulpit side is The Lovers’ chapel, although their tombs are in an annex of the church.
El Salvador Church and Tower
This tower is almost identical to that of San Martín in terms of…
Casa de la Comunidad (Teruel Museum)
This is one the finest examples of civic architecture in Teruel…
Santa María de Mediavilla Cathedral
The tower, the roof and the dome all form part of UNESCO's World…