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******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20790
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20790
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20789
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20789
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20788
Artist: ********
Title: Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20788
Artist: ********
Title: Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20787
Artist: ********
Title: South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20787
Artist: ********
Title: South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Nave, grill, crypt and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20785
Artist: ********
Title: Nave, grill, crypt and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Nave, grill, crypt and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20785
Artist: ********
Title: Nave, grill, crypt and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Transfiguration of Christ under an ornate canopy, central section of the main altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The original was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War (only the central Christ was saved) and it was restored by Juan Luis Vassal. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20784
Artist: ********
Title: Transfiguration of Christ under an ornate canopy, central section of the main altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The original was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War (only the central Christ was saved) and it was restored by Juan Luis Vassal. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Transfiguration of Christ under an ornate canopy, central section of the main altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The original was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War (only the central Christ was saved) and it was restored by Juan Luis Vassal. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20784
Artist: ********
Title: Transfiguration of Christ under an ornate canopy, central section of the main altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The original was destroyed in the Spanish Civil War (only the central Christ was saved) and it was restored by Juan Luis Vassal. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Gate to Eden, door to the Sacristy, in a corner, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20783
Artist: ********
Title: Gate to Eden, door to the Sacristy, in a corner, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Gate to Eden, door to the Sacristy, in a corner, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20783
Artist: ********
Title: Gate to Eden, door to the Sacristy, in a corner, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** North altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, with altar and Virgin and child statue, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20782
Artist: ********
Title: North altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, with altar and Virgin and child statue, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** North altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, with altar and Virgin and child statue, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20782
Artist: ********
Title: North altarpiece, c. 1560, by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, in Spanish Renaissance style, with altar and Virgin and child statue, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Nave, grill, crypt, cupola and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20781
Artist: ********
Title: Nave, grill, crypt, cupola and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Nave, grill, crypt, cupola and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20781
Artist: ********
Title: Nave, grill, crypt, cupola and main altarpiece by Alonso Berruguete, 1490-1561, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20769
Artist: ********
Title: South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20769
Artist: ********
Title: South portal dedicated to Charity, designed by Andres de Vandelvira, 1509-75, in Plateresque style, and carved by Esteban Jamete, 1515-65, at the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20765
Artist: ********
Title: Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20765
Artist: ********
Title: Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built for Francisco de los Cobos in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style and consecrated in 1559, on the Plaza Vazquez de Molina, in Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain. The building serves as a funerary temple, with a central crypt, and a single tower topped with an onion dome. To the left is the Parador of the Condestable Davalos, former palace of Dean Ortega. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20764
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Manuel Cohen/Scala, Florence

******** View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
Code: MC20764
Artist: ********
Title: View across the rooftops of the town of Ubeda, Jaen, Andalusia, Spain, seen from the Renaissance tower of the Hotel MS Palacio de Ubeda. In the centre is the Sacra Capilla del Salvador, or Sacred Chapel of the Saviour, designed by Diego de Siloe and Andres de Vandelvira and built in 1536 in Spanish Renaissance style. The Renaissance buildings of Ubeda and Baeza are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Picture by Manuel Cohen
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