San Martín, which stands in Medina del Campo square, contains Mozarabic, Romanesque and Mudejar elements that are displayed in its arcades and capitals.

The old Jewish quarter must have been situated near the walled section of the city, given that the Corpus Christi Convent was built on the site of the old Main Synagogue.

The San Frutos door, the apse, the main altarpiece (the Baroque-style work of Sabatini) and the Neo-classical area behind the choir, the work of Ventura Rodríguez, are more recent features.

The smaller chapels house sculptures by Juan de Juni and Gregoria Fernández.

Building began on it in the 16th century, during the late Gothic period.

Some parts of the old cathedral, such as its flamboyant Gothic cloister, the choir stalls and the main façade are worthy of special attention.

Names, indeed, that are asssociated with some of the great Spanish Baroque and Neo-classical works.

The Cathedral Museum houses an important collection of religious art that has come down to us from several historical periods.Of course, his friends are goofy, but they mean well, and even take him to a gay bar. Also some really funny one-liners here and there, both gay and straight jokes. Co-stars Parker Young, Chord Overstreet, John Gabrus. On the other hand, San Miguel was the place chosen for the coronation ceremony of Isabella I as Queen of Castile.A stone's throw from the arched Plaza Mayor we come across one of the last Gothic buildings built in España, the Cathedral.This neighbourhood is also home to numerous Romanesque churches, such as San Juan de los Caballeros church (which houses the Zuloaga Musuem), San Nicolás church (today home to the Municipal Theatre Workshop) and San Esteban church, a 12th century building, the tower and atrium of which are true gems of the late Spanish Romanseque period.