San Clemente, Segovia
San Clemente is a fine old Romanesque church not far from the aqueduct and just outside the city walls of Segovia.
Built in the 13th century, San Clemente has a side portico, an exceptionally wide tower and unusual apse with six windows at the back. Inside are some 13th-century frescoes.
Quick Facts on the San Clemente
|Names:||Church of San Clemente; San Clemente; San Clemente, Segovia|
|State:||Castile and Leon|
|Visitor and Contact Information|
|Address:||Avenida de Fernández Ladreda, Segovia, Spain|
|Coordinates:||40.946608° N, 4.118993° W (view on Google Maps)|
|Lodging:||View hotels near this location|
Map of the San Clemente
Below is a location map and aerial view of the San Clemente. Using the buttons on the left (or the wheel on your mouse), you can zoom in for a closer look, or zoom out to get your bearings. To move around, click and drag the map with your mouse.
- Personal visit (exterior only; April 1, 2007) - see Segovia Travel Blog
- Romanico en Segovia - arteguias.com
- Segovia - San Clemente - Planetware
|Title:||San Clemente, Segovia|
|Link code:||<a href="http://www.sacred-destinations.com/spain/segovia-san-clemente">San Clemente, Segovia</a>|