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San Clemente, Segovia

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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

Site Information
Names:San Clemente; San Clemente, Segovia; Church of San Clemente
State:Castile and Leon
Faiths:Christianity; Catholic
Dates:13th C
Visitor and Contact Information
Location:Segovia, Spain
Coordinates:40.946608° N, 4.118993° W  (view on Google Maps)
Lodging:View hotels near this location
Note: This information was accurate when first published and we do our best to keep it updated, but details such as opening hours can change without notice. To avoid disappointment, please check with the site directly before making a special trip.

Map of the San Clemente

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  1. Personal visit (exterior only; April 1, 2007) - see Segovia Travel Blog
  2. Romanico en Segovia - arteguias.com
  3. Segovia - San Clemente - Planetware

More Information

Article Info

Title:San Clemente, Segovia
Author:Holly Hayes
Last updated:10/26/2009
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