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I liked the church itself. The guide said it is over 900 years old. The ruins to the side of the church date even older than that. It is amazing to think this was built so long ago and to think how much work it...More
This church is the perfect illustration of the many periods of occupation and influence throughout Toledo's history. At first glance, this is a small and simple church, but significant archaeological work has uncovered a far more complex story.It's a 12th-century church built on an 11th-century...More
The entrance ticket is €2.80. Church is small, with only a simple chapel and some statues and exhibits. At the side are some ruins. It was quiet. There were 2 other visitors besides me. 10 mins is sufficient. Not worth the entrance fee though it...More
City of Toledo consists of so many archeological layers made during more than two millenia long history. City was found in 2nd century BCE and grew as prosperous Roman town up to the begining of 5th century when it became capital city of Visigothic kingdom....More
This was one of our favorites attractions. In addition to the church, it is also an archaeological site. You can tour aspects of it. Its one of the attractions that qualifies for admission under the tourist bracelet.
One of the great thing about Toledo is the way you can see the layers of one civilization built on top of another. Nowhere is that more evident than Iglesia del Salvador. It this church you get to walk up and down. While the church...More
The original building was a Mosque in the 9th Century, and the Christian Church started in the 12th Century. There are a number of special features, including a Visigoth pillar on the front right hand side.
In recent years, the floor to the left hand...More