Built in the 12th century on the site of a former Mozarabic edifice of the 10th century. Three of its sides are surrounded by galleries resting on paired columns with sculpted capitals.

The façade is decorated with four large caryatid-looking statues of the prophets. In the far end of the edifice there is a triple apse with the bass-relief of San Martín incrusted in the central section. Three naves. There is a beautiful Flaming Gothic chapel built for the burial of the Herrera family and a sculpture of a dead Christ, attributed to Gregorio Fernández (17th century).

Historical Data

Religious architecture
Predominant styles:
Historical Period:
Middle Ages


Pza. de Medina del Campo, s/n. Segovia. 40001 Segovia.

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Tourist Office of Segovia


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