Church of San Pedro Apóstol

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain

The Church of San Pedro Apóstol is considered a National Historic-Artistic Monument in Vitoria from the 13th-14th centuries. The temple was attached to the western wall of the medieval town, which is why the walls on the west are very thick. In the central nave the walls form a tower which is visible from the outside of the temple.

Gothic façade dates from the 14th century, accessible from Calle Herrería. The entrance is the opposite way round in this church because the wall used to run along the bottom of the central nave.



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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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rober jc (2 years ago)
Church of San Pedro, in the heart of the historic center. Surrounded by busy bars for vermouth.
Maria luisa Del pozo (2 years ago)
A very beautiful act has been held, the inauguration of the new parish priest, he has made a profession of faith, and his work in the parish will be to help increase his relationship with God, and put his priestly mission, his mission, at the service of his parishioners. time, his intelligence his heart, caring for everyone, especially the most needy
Xavier Farrando Sopeña (2 years ago)
Esglèsia de Sant Pere.
Un opinante delirante (2 years ago)
Bonita iglesia gotica, aunque no muy grande. Las imagenes tienen pequeños carteles explicativos que se agradecen
Toby Cruz Garcia (3 years ago)
I got married in this church on October 13, 1984. This year I will not have anibersario, my husband has died
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