Renaissance style

21 matches | Renaissance style
HOSPITAL 16th c.   At the top of Rúa das Rodas, where Rúa de San Roque begins, we can see this 16th-century building...
Mid-16th c. Renaissance.  All that is left of this Renaissance palace built by Rodrigo Gil de Hontañón is the first...
Visiting the Cathedral Open: Open 365 days a year, from 7 am to 9 pm. Admission: Free, except museum...
16th c.   This school was commissioned by Archbishop Alonso de Fonseca, converting the house where he was born and which belonged...
17th c.    The 'Colexio de San Xerome' was formerly the so-called 'Estudio Vello' (Old Study), established by Archbishop Fonseca...
University of Santiago's General Library, exhibition hall and other university uses.
The Cathedral’s remotest precedent was a small 1st-century Roman mausoleum, where the remains of the Apostle James Apostle James were...
16th century. The construction of the present-day building was commissioned in 1501 by the Catholic Monarchs in order to take care of the sick...
Following the French model of Romanesque pilgrimage churches, the Cathedral of Santiago’s interior space has a traditional Latin-cross...