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Sant Miquel

San Miguel

It was built on the foundation of the old Muslim mosque, which was, after remodelling, used as a Christian temple in the XIII century.

As early as the XIV century the erection of a new Christian temple was begun. Three centuries later, there was posterior remodelling, defining it present shape: the area was widened and also the orientation was also changed, the main façade becoming the one facing Calle Sant Miquel.As a result we have a Gothic area in essence, but with the features of the posterior (XVII century) religious architecture . The only nave with lateral chapels is perfectly combined with an trapezoidal apse and a half barrel vault.

The inside was totally reformed and nowadays there are just a Gothic vault and an arch in the first chapel remaining.

Further details of interest:

Free entrance


Street  Sant Miquel, 21

07002 Palma (Illes Balears)

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Contact details

Telephone: 971-715455

Timetable:8-13,30 h and 18-19,30 h Sundays: 10-12,30 h and 18-19,30 h

Date of last modification: 2 of October 2014

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