The Saviour Church of Requena
The Saviour Church (Iglesia del Salvador, in Spanish) was built on the site of a chapel dedicated to Santa Barbara, and its foundation is attributed to the times of King Alfonso XI.
Work began in 1380 and ended in 1533. The Saviour Church is Gothic with three naves. The gantry is made in ornate Elizabethan Gothic style. In the eighteenth century, reforms were carried out, for example la Capilla de la Comunión (the Chapel of the Holy Communion) in a neoclassical style, la Sala de Cabildo de Clérigos (the Board of Clergy) and el Coro. The temple was declared a historic monument and belongs to the treasury National Archives since 1931.
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