Jacques

Jacques

Posted on 10/29/2010


Photo taken on June 25, 2010



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P6251626ac Salamanca Old Cathedral Complete Retable

P6251626ac Salamanca Old Cathedral Complete Retable
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: The Old Cathedral, Salamanca (Catedral Vieja de Santa María), is one of two cathedrals in Salamanca, Spain, the other being the so called 'New Cathedral of Salamanca' while being from 16th; It was founded by Bishop Jerome of Perigord, in the 12th century and completed in Romanesque/Gothic styile in the 14th century; It is dedicated to Santa Maria de la Sede (Saint Mary of the See); The apse houses a large cycle of 53 tables, 12 of which by the Italian Dello Delli (1430-1450), depicting the life of Jesus and the Virgin Mary; A fresco of the Final Judgement is over them; Juan Frances de Iribarren was organist at Old Cathedral in 1717–1733; We have paid the fee ticket for the old cathedral visit and where obliged to wait all the wedding mass up to the end before being able to take discretly this picture (no flash, no tripod, not permitted!); Spain Castille y Leon Salamanca Old Cathedral UNESCO World Heritage.

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