San Pedro el Leal, Madrid
Also known as San Pedro el Viejo, the San Pedro el Leal Church is Madrid's second oldest church.
Roughly the same size as San Nicolás (the oldest church), San Pedro boasts the city's other remaining mudéjar tower, said to still be in its exact original form.
Built in the 14th century, the tower has a slight inclination and has been called Madrid's answer to the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
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|Names:||Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo; San Pedro el Leal; San Pedro el Leal, Madrid|
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|Coordinates:||40.413283° N, 3.710300° W (view on Google Maps)|
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Address: Costanilla de San Pedro, Madrid, Spain
Metro: La Latina
Bus: 50 or 55
Hours: Daily 6-8pm
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|Title:||San Pedro el Leal, Madrid|
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