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Brian C wrote a review Jul 2015
West Palm Beach, Florida274 contributions112 helpful votes
This church was very nice. I enjoyed visiting here for the historical significance that Isabella was crowned here. It has a huge gold display at the front of the church and is a simple yet beautiful church. Worth a visit.
Date of experience: March 2015
Teresa R wrote a review May 2015
Boston Spa, United Kingdom27 contributions4 helpful votes
A little gem in a tiny village. Wonderful exterior stone carvings and early wooden statues in the vestry.
Date of experience: May 2015
Rose N wrote a review Apr 2014
Montana Rose1047 contributions516 helpful votes
As were walking along the main street, we were intrigued by the exterior, so decided to take a quick look inside - so glad we did. I love old churches, especially the lesser visited ones. Interesting history, old murals, old statues and paintings. This is not your average church, and since it's free, I would suggest you pop in and spend 5-10 minutes, you'll be glad you did.…
Date of experience: March 2014
AiliMM wrote a review Sep 2013
39 contributions24 helpful votes
This church gets more less attention than the cathedral just on the other side of the street, however, it is worth visiting it´s free and since there is almost nobody in the church you can get more information from the staff.
Date of experience: September 2013
YvesRince wrote a review Jul 2012
Steinfort, Luxembourg183 contributions99 helpful votes
It was here that Isabel was made Queen of Castile in 1474. Isabella I, nicknamed the Catholic, was Queen of Castile and León. She and her husband, Ferdinand II of Aragon, brought stability to the kingdoms that became the basis for the unification of Spain.
Date of experience: May 2012