Iglesia De San Nicolas
Church in Pamplona
Iglesia de San Nicolás de Pamplona is a Catholic church located in the Old Quarter of Pamplona. Iglesia de San Nicolas was built in the 12th century with Gothic interiors. The historic church was built in the city of Pamplona not only for the purpose of religious functions but also as a defensive bastion of the quarter during the strife with the neighboring ones of St. Saturnino and Navarrerí.
The church’s interior is in Gothic style, from different phases. It houses a Baroque organ built in the year 1769 now installed in the choir. Exteriorly, of the Gothic period only two portal are visible today, as well as the apse. The corner portico was designed by Angel Goicoechea and built by a local contractor Blas Morte in the 1880s.