This church is the only building which conserves the original plan and facade from the VI century and it was a church where to entomb the deceased. Medieval period (IX c. – XIII c.): in 988 the church suffered the only structural modification which was the demolition of the exterior gallery. During this period the churches of Sant Pere and ...
This church is the only building which conserves the original plan and facade from the VI century and it was a church where to entomb the deceased. Medieval period (IX c. – XIII c.) : in 988 the church suffered the only structural modification which was the demolition of the exterior gallery.
Thereafter, Santa Maria became a priory and Sant Pere the parish church, until it was moved to Sant Esperit church in the centre of Terrassa in the 16th century. Sant Pere The largest of the three churches, Sant Pere's sanctuary dates from some time before the 8th century, with the nave dating from the 12th.
The church of Sant Pere was the last to be erected, although its apse, conserved from a previous construction, dates from the tenth century. Parc de Vallparadís, Terrassa’s green lung. Terrassa’s medieval heritage can also be found in the Castell cartoixa de Vallparadís, transformed into the Terrassa Museum.
The medieval town of Terrassa grew up around a castle, el Castell Palau, during the ninth century. Most of the castle was torn down in 1891, leaving only one tower, el Torre del Palau, which is located near the town hall in the centre of Terrassa. The tower is now part of the Museum of Terrassa, a small museum dedicated to the history of the city.
In the old church located in the place of the current Cathedral of La Laguna took place in the sixteenth century the only case of walling registered in the Canary Islands. This is the case of Isabel de la Cruz, who had created a religious brotherhood before, when she died, her niece, María de las Vírgenes, and later her niece, María ...
Among the various ruined buildings, the church of San Salvador with a bell tower from 1859 stands out. Hospital del Tórax The Hospital del Tórax is a former hospital located in the north of the city of Terrassa, north of Barcelona.
The façade of the Silverware (Pratarías in Galician) is the southern façade of the transept of the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela; it is the only Romanesque façade that is preserved in the cathedral. It was built between 1103 and 1117 and elements from other parts of the cathedral have been added in subsequent years.
The assassination of Becket made an impact in Spain; within five years after his death there was a church in Salamanca named after him, Iglesia de Santo Tomás Cantuariense. Geoffrey Chaucer 's The Canterbury Tales is set in a company of pilgrims on their way from Southwark to the shrine of St Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral.
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