Iglesia de San Bartolomé

Church in Logroño

Iglesia De San Bartolome Logrono
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The Church of San Bartolomé, constructed in the 12th century, is the oldest church in Logroño. It has an impressive façade, covered in intricate stone carvings; with the scenes of the porch consist in 19 vignettes. Its most remarkable feature is its bell tower, built as part of the old city wall and used for defence purposes, as well as a lookout point. It was damaged in 1521 and years later it was rebuilt in brick, with Mudejar style influences from Aragón.

Today, visitors can climb to the top of the tower to see some of the best views of the city.

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Visiting Iglesia de San Bartolomé

Address: Church of San Bartolomé, Plaza de San Bartolomé, 2, Logroño, La Rioja, Spain,
Telephone: +34 941 25 22 54
Duration: 20 minutes

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