Here you can find interesting sights in Toro, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Toro, Spain.Back to the list of cities in Spain
1. Iglesia de San Julián de los Caballeros
The Church of San Julián de los Caballeros de Toro (Zamora) is an ancient Mozarabic temple rebuilt in the sixteenth century by the architect Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón. Its façade, of Gothic-Renaissance transition, was rebuilt in 1879, moving to it the main façade, from the old monastery of San Ildefonso and in which it can be read "In this church the Catholic cult was kept public in the time of the Saracens". Above the façade opens a large round window, and to its right rises the bell tower, dating from 1606. The church, rectangular in shape, is structured in three naves of equal height separated by arches and an apse.
2. Iglesia de San Pedro del Olmo
San Pedro del Olmo Church, located in the town of Bullfighting in the province of Zamora, dates back to 1260, when it was called Sanctus petrus de porte putei antiqui, after its location near the gates of the city walls. It became one of the city's most important churches, but in the nineteenth century its state of ruin began, with the back temple, several covers, part of the tower and the perimeter of the walls all half destroyed.
3. Iglesia de San Salvador de los Caballeros
The Church of San Salvador de los Caballeros in Toro is a work of early sixteenth, Romanesque-Mudéjar style. The temple belonged to the Templars until their extinction, at which time it became a parish. At present it is a sacred art museum where pieces that have come from the different closed parishes or with few chances of custody are stored. A scale model of this building is located in the Mudejar theme Park of Olmedo.
4. Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is a temple located in Bull (Zamora). Until the fifteenth century, it was the seat of the pastor general of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, and later became the Order of Malt. Within it highlights the expiration of Baroque Christ and several major steps of Holy Week.
5. Iglesia de Santo Tomás Cantuariense
Santo Tom á s Cantuariense Church is a temple located in the city of Toro (Zamora). It was a church built in 1163, and for centuries it was declared a ruin in 1794. Inside the church there are traces of the origin of Mozarabic reforested by Alfonso III.
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