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The Arrabal de San Mill嫕 or Arrabal Mayor, the center of the old Morer燰 and which was the most beautiful in the city, is located in the southwest of the city. It was perfectly preserved until, at the beginning of the century, it was adulterated without any urban respect. Fortunately, the church of San Mill嫕 survived, which is not only one of the best temples in the city, but also one of the Spanish Romanesque, declared a National Monument on June 3, 1931.

San Mill嫕 is the largest Romanesque church in the city of Segovia

To access it, you have to go to the Plaza del Azoguejo and walk along the wide pedestrian avenue of Fern嫕dez Ladreda. On your right is this magnificent building.

The temple of San Mill嫕, next to the church of the Monastery of Santa Mar燰 la Real de Sacramenia, is the one with the greatest monumentality of the Segovian Romanesque, reaching cathedral dimensions, as evidenced by its 50 meters in length, and twenty meters in height up to the dome of the transept.

If we except the arcaded galleries, added years later, it reproduces the construction scheme of the Cathedral of Jaca. Its construction would take place, therefore, between 1111 and 1126, during the reign in Castile of the Aragonese Alfonso I el Batallador. Later it underwent some additions in the thirteenth century and reforms in the seventeenth, being restored twice, the first in 1949 by the architects Cabello and Ladrada and the second, decades later.

It has a floor plan of three naves separated by semicircular arches that ride, in the manner of the seo jaquesa, on cruciform pillars with attached semi-columns alternating with large free-standing columns.

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El Arrabal de San Mill嫕 o Arrabal Mayor, centro de la antigua morer燰 y que fue el m嫳 bello de la ciudad, est situado en el suroeste de la ciudad. Se conserv perfectamente hasta que, a comienzos de siglo, se adulter sin ningn respeto urban疄tico. Por fortuna, sobrevivi la iglesia de San Mill嫕 que no s鏊o es uno de los mejores templos de la ciudad, sino del rom嫕ico espa隳l, declarado Monumento Nacional el 3 de junio de 1931.

San Mill嫕 es la iglesia rom嫕ica mas grande de la ciudad de Segovia

Para acceder a ella hay que situarse en la Plaza del Azoguejo y recorrer la amplia avenida peatonal de Fern嫕dez Ladreda. A su derecha queda este magn璗ico edificio.

El templo de San Mill嫕, junto a la iglesia del Monasterio de Santa Mar燰 la Real de Sacramenia, es el de mayor monumentalidad del rom嫕ico segoviano, alcanzando dimensiones catedralicias, como lo demuestran sus 50 metros de longitud, y la veintena de metros de altura hasta la cpula del transepto.

Si exceptuamos las galer燰s porticadas, a鎙didas a隳s m嫳 tarde, reproduce el esquema constructivo de la Catedral de Jaca. Su construcci鏮 se llevar燰 a cabo, por tanto, entre 1111 y 1126, durante el reinado en Castilla del aragon廥 Alfonso I el Batallador. Posteriormente sufri algunos a鎙didos en el siglo XIII y reformas en el XVII, siendo restaurada en dos ocasiones, la primera en 1949 por los arquitectos Cabello y Ladrada y la segunda, d嶰adas m嫳 tarde.

Posee planta de tres naves separadas mediante arcos formeros de medio punto que cabalgan, al modo de la seo jaquesa, sobre pilares cruciformes con semicolumnas adosadas alternando con grandes columnas exentas.

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  • Copyright: Luis Garcia (adramad) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 8868 W: 5 N: 15981] (71276)
  • Genre: 地方
  • Medium: 彩色
  • Date Taken: 2019-08-10
  • Exposure:f/0.1, 30 seconds
  • Photo Version:Original Version, Workshop
  • Date Submitted: 2021-11-26 4:31
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