Travel Photography Photos tagged as segovia
Begun in the 16th century (1525) but not finished until 1768, Segovia Cathedral is the last Gothic cathedral to be built in Spain. Fronting the historic Plaza Mayor in Segovia, it stands on the spot where Isabella I was proclaimed Queen of Castile. Affectionately called la dama de las catedrales, Segovia Cathedral has a supremely Gothic exterior combined with a surprisingly bare interior, but contains numerous treasures.
Iglesia San Millán is a fine Romanesque church located outside of the old walls of Segovia. Built between 1111 and 1124, it is one of the oldest churches in the city. The large church dominates a spacious plaza off of Avenida de Fernandex Ladreda, which leads to the famous aqueduct and passes another Romanesque church, San Clemente. Patterned closely on the cathedral of Jaca in Aragon, San Millán is especially notable for its pre-Romanesque mozarbic tower and porticoes with abundant Romanesque figurative carvings. Inside, there are three naves and three apses. The decoration is largely Baroque, but there are some Romanesque frescoes in the chancel.
The roman Aquaduct, in Segovia. Nearly 2000 years old and no mortar is holding this massive structure together!
Roman Aquaduct in Sergovia Spain
Main square Segovia Spain
Roman Aqueduct Segovia Spain
Segovia, Old town (view from the Alcazar tower)
Segovia - Alcazar
Segovia, Roman aquaduct