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The aqueducts are an obvious sightseeing tour, but I think we’ll start with this old church.
Iglesia San Millan is a Roman Catholic parish church built between 1111 and 1124. Its architecture is Romanesque and Mozarabic. Patterned closely on the cathedral of Jaca in Aragon, San Millan is noted for its pre-Romanesque mozaric tower and porticoes with abundant Romanesque figurative carvings. Inside, there are three naves and three apses. ~Wikipedia
It is located between the bus station and aqueduct outside the old city, just off Avenida de Fernandez Ladreda. It is open daily 10-2 and 4:30 -7:30. Free of charge. The price is right so let’s check it out.
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Cold and damp feeling inside the old structure so we don’t linger and meditate.
What will our next Segovia adventure involve? My crystal ball shows a Gypsy…