Monday, 11 November 2013

Claustros de la Iglesia de Santo Domíngo, Jerez - Santo Domingo Church Cloisters, Jerez




These Cloisters were built in the S.XV, 
devoted to civil use in the S. XIX
 and they belong to the Town Council from 1983.
 Restored after several years closed 
and reopened to public use several months ago


Estos Claustos se construyeron en el S.XV,
dedicados a uso civil en el S.XIX.
Actualmente pertenecen al ayuntamiento desde 1983.
Restaurados tras varios años de cierre
y reabiertos al público hace solo unos meses






















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16 comments:

  1. Tiene que serlo,porque en fotos se ve espectacular!! Es mágico!
    Besos de las dos

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    1. Si que lo es, aunque lo conocí antes de la restauración y también era precioso, el encanto de lo antiguo

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  2. Es un lugar de ensueño Marina, estuvimos hace dos semanas aunque ya lo habiamos visto cuando lo
    reabrieron y siempre nos cautiva, un beso.

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    1. Por fin podemos disfrutarlo de nuevo, algunas cosas van mejorando en la ciudad

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  3. Dearest Marina,
    This Cloister Church from the 15th Century is incredible; love this architecture! Too bad that since the 19th Century it was used for civil purposes. Hope they use it for weddings too. The positive thing is that it has been restored to its early splendor.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

    PS In Español se habla de Siglo pero en Ingles se llamalo: Century

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    1. Thanks for your comment and thanks a lot for your correction

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  4. Me encantan los claustros, solemnes y silenciosos, siempre he pensado que forman parte de monasterios y conventos porque sin duda son los lugares idóneos para pensar.
    Un bs fuerte, Marina
    Palmira (Cosas de Palmichula)
    http://cosasdepalmichula.blogspot.com.es/

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    1. Un beso Palmira, gracias por pasarte por el blog, me encanta!

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  5. The architecture in that building is very beautiful, I can imagine that it would be interesting walking around it and in it.
    Have a good week!

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    1. Thank you, Cindy! I wish you could come some day!!!

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  6. Dear Marina,
    I love to visit old churches - they tell us so much about the history of the place we are visiting. This church is beautiful! I think I am going to have to visit Jerez one day.
    Bye for now,
    Kirk

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    1. I hope you can come someday. I'll be waiting for you!!!

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  7. ¡Qué bonita labor de restauración Marina! Precioso claustro gótico, gracias por compartirlo.

    Besos

    J&Y

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    1. A costado sus añitos pero al fin ahí lo tenemos!

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  8. It's so beautiful, the stone looks like lace.

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    1. It's really beautiful Magali, when you are in the garden you feel different.

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