Iglesia de San Pedro

Iglesia de San Pedro, Ubeda: Address, Phone Number, Iglesia de San Pedro Reviews: 4/5

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hans-jaguar
Santa Comba Dao, Portugal17,026 contributions
Visit of the historical part of Ubeda.
Mar. 2019 • Solo
This church is possibly raised on an old mosque, it was one of the primitive (the third in antiquity) Parishes of the City, as evidenced by the lawsuit held after the Reconquest of Ubeda, between the Bishop of Baeza, Fray Domingo, and Don Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada, Archbishop of Toledo, for the legal possession of it. Was closed on the moment of our visit, so we do not have pictures fromn the inside.
Written April 22, 2019
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dhen
Los Gatos787 contributions
Worth a Visit
May 2016 • Friends
As we walked through the Plaza de Mayo we saw the church was open so paid our 2 euro and went in. Glad we didn't miss it. A very interesting and photogenic church. Worth a quick visit.
Written May 29, 2016
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,454 contributions
Impressive Facade
Oct. 2013 • Couples
The San Pedro Church has an impressive façade. Like many historic buildings in Ubeda its style is Renaissance. The upper part of the main doorway has the figure of San Pedro between two Ionic columns. The interior has Gothic architecture.
Written October 14, 2013
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,454 contributions
A Historic Church
Jul. 2011 • Couples
San Pedro Church is one of the oldest churches in Ubeda. It was reconstructed in the last third of the 14th century. In 1605 the facade was given the Renaissance style by Alonso de Barba, a disciple of Andres de Vandelvira, at the request of the Bishop of Jaen Sancho Davila. The principal facade has two parts. The lower part has an arch with Corinthian columns at each side and pilasters. There are reliefs of two virtues, Faith and Charity. The second floor has Ionic columns and a space with the image of San Pedro. On each side is a large coat of arms of the bishop. The western facade has an arch, but was bricked in when the choir was constructed. This facade is very plain and has a Gothic design. The bell tower is from the same time period as the principal facade and is quite simple in design, with a square cross section. The interior has been reconstructed several times and has one nave with a vault and side chapels which are mostly Gothic in design. The church has a great historical value because it shows a medieval church that the city tried to turn into a Renaissance church.
Written April 20, 2012
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