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Teruel Cathedral and the Mudéjar Towers

23 reviews of Teruel Cathedral and the Mudéjar Towers

Jewel of the city

It is a jewel placed in the city centre. UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site, recognising the priceless value of its tower and roof.

The cathedral in the last capital of the province is the first in Mudejar art. The recent restoration of the panelling allowed us to discover the incredible construction methods of the Mozarabs and gaze at it, in hundreds of images a live microcosm of life in Spain in the XIII century.

The bell tower is one of the oldest Mudejar towers in the city. Built between 1257 and 1258 combining stone, brick and glazed ceramics. The great pointed arch open at the lower part allows passage into the street, allowing it to fulfil the function of a public way.

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The Mudéjar Cathedral

Teruel Cathedral is one of the few in the Mudejar style which has been preserved, and for this reason, has been declared a World Heritage Site, as have other towers and constructions in the capital.

The most outstanding thing is the wooden roof, with exquisite decorative work. Regarding the rest of the cathedral, not much more grabbed my attention, except for some interior walls, totally white and a few little side chapels.

A unique cathedral for its style, although its great singularity can be seen from outside, without having to pay the €2 which the entrance costs for adults,

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