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See in the WS a detail of the church and the stone cross
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The church of San Francisco de Betanzos is a Gothic-style temple built in the second half of the 14th century, thanks to the patronage of Fern嫕 P廨ez de Andrade, who rebuilt the previously existing monastery, which dated from the 13th century. It was declared a national monument in 1919 and, later, a Site of Cultural Interest.

The church has a Latin plan with a single nave and a polygonal apse with a ribbed vault, flanked by two rectangular side chapels.

The main portal represents the Adoration of the Kings, and on the outside of the church there are rose windows and Gothic stained glass windows, as well as figured corbels. At the top of the roof of one of the arms of the church, a cross supported by a wild boar.

Inside, in the main chapel, there is a relief that represents God on high surrounded by the four evangelists. In the ribs of the vault, angels playing different instruments, and among them one playing the bagpipes. You can also see various capitals with fantastic animals, but above all, the wide collection of sarcophagi of different members of the Andrade family stands out, up to a total of 16, which constitute the most interesting historical-artistic element of the temple.

The most interesting is that of Fern嫕 P廨ez himself, considered a precedent of medieval funerary sculpture. Originally it was placed in the main chapel, next to that of his own wife Do鎙 Sancha, but in 1782 it was moved to the foot of the church, under the choir.

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Ver en el WS un detalle de la iglesia y el cruceiro
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La iglesia de San Francisco de Betanzos es un templo de estilo g鏒ico construido en la segunda mitad del siglo XIV, gracias al mecenazgo de Fern嫕 P廨ez de Andrade, que reedific el monasterio anteriormente existente, que databa del siglo XIII. Fue declarada monumento nacional en 1919 y, posteriormente, Bien de Inter廥 Cultural.

La iglesia es de planta latina con una sola nave y un 墎side poligonal con b镽eda nervada, flanqueada por dos capillas laterales rectangulares.

La portada principal representa la Adoraci鏮 de los Reyes, y en el exterior de la iglesia se distribuyen rosetones y vidrieras g鏒icas, as como canecillos figurados. En lo m嫳 alto del tejado de uno de los brazos de la iglesia, una cruz sostenida por un jabal.

En su interior, en la capilla mayor, hay un relieve que representa a Dios en lo alto rodeado de los cuatro evangelistas. En los nervios de la b镽eda, 嫕geles tocando distintos instrumentos, y entre ellos uno tocando la gaita. Tambi幯 se pueden observar diversos capiteles con animales fant嫳ticos pero sobre todo destaca la amplia colecci鏮 de sarc鏹agos de diferentes miembros de la familia de los Andrade, hasta un total de 16, que constituyen el elemento hist鏎ico art疄tico m嫳 interesante del templo.

El m嫳 interesante es el del propio Fern嫕 P廨ez, considerado como precedente de la escultura funeraria medieval. Originalmente estuvo colocado en la capilla mayor, junto al de su propia mujer do鎙 Sancha, pero en 1782 fue trasladado al pie de la iglesia, bajo el coro.


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  • Copyright: Luis Garcia (adramad) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 9184 W: 5 N: 16497] (73450)
  • Genre: 地方
  • Medium: 彩色
  • Date Taken: 2021-06-30
  • Photo Version:Original Version, Workshop
  • Date Submitted: 2022-06-29 10:38
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