The Church of Saint Esteban

The Church of Saint Esteban is a romanic one from the XIII century. The most important part of the building is the tower, which has been called "The Queen of the Bizantine towers". The church has five bodies, two with blind archery and the remainders, with open archery. Inside, an important calvary of the XIII century is kept.

The arched atrium is one of the most typical features in the segovian churches.


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