Plaza de Medina del Campo

Square in Segovia

Plaza De Medina Del Campo Segovia
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The Plaza de Medina del Campo is the old medieval city centre. At the centre of the square is a monument dedicated to Juan Bravo, one of the leaders of the failed Revolt of the Comuneros. The plaza is surrounded by restaurants, hotels and San Martin’s Church – the Baroque 12th-century temple houses an excellent altarpiece and has four large sculptures on its façade. You can also see the two Sirens – made by Franciso Bellver in 1852, they resemble two sphinxes with a human upper body, lion legs and bird wings.

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Visiting Plaza de Medina del Campo

Address: Pl. Medina del Campo, 2, 40001 Segovia, Spain
Duration: 20 minutes

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