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Plaza del Pópulo, Antiguas Carnicerías
Sitting in the shade
Detail of Staircase
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The Antigua Universitao dates from the 16th century, when the University was first established. It remained a university until 1824, and then became a secondary school. The rooms are arranged around the central courtyard, and you can visit one of the rooms where the poet Antonio Machado taught in the early 20th century. The graceful lines of the courtyard arches are in direct contrast to the rather severe stone exterior.
Holy Cross church - Iglesia de Santa Cruz
It's a late Romanesque church, from the 8th century. It has a semicircular apse with a quarter sphere and a half cannon frontside. It's one of the oldest church in sothern Spain.
Es una iglesia de estido románico tardío, del siglo VIII. Tiene un ábside semicircular, con un cuarto de esfera y una parte delantera en forma de medio cañón. Es una de las igelsias mas antiguas del sur de España.
Iglesia de Santa Cruz
This is probably the only Romanesque church in Andalucia. During the centuries XI, XII and XII, when the predominant style in western Europe was the Romanesque, Andalucía was under the Muslim rule.
This church was built in the XIII century. Paintings dated to the XV and XVI centuries represent the Martyrdom of Saint Sebastian and Saint Catherine.
The west front was taken from the ruins of San Juan church. The church consists of three naves with semicircular apse. A visigothic arch was found. A chapel occupies the place where there was a gate. The church belonged to the Templar Order.
Baeza - passing the time of day
The Paseo de la Constitucion is Baeza's main thoroughfare. It is a lively and attractive place and with a selection of cafes and shops.
Tourist Information Office: Plaza del Populo or known as the Plaza de los Leones.
Open Mon-Fri 9.00am-2.00pm. Sat 10.00 - 1.00. Closed Sunday. Tel: 953 74 04 44.
The nearby Plaza del Populo is itself a historic centre with several buildings of interest, unfortunately we do not have any photos, but at least we do have a good excuse to return to Baeza one day.
Fuente de Santa María
This fountain is in the middle of Santa María square, in front of the main façade of the Cathedral. It was built in 1654 by the architect in charge of the city water supply, Ginés Martínez.
The triple triumphal arch is crowned by a pediment supported by telamons.
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