Very beautiful church, but I didn’t go in, there are too many churches in Europe
I took time to go there some time ago and there were a lot of people, but I just want to say that it is worthwhile. The most memorable thing about this historic church is not only the Spanish colonial history it records, but also the large number of bones and skulls stored in the dark basement of the church. These skulls are stored in many large pits in the basement, and can be placed up to 10 meters high. They are all the bones of old missionaries, believers, and even civilians. Unfortunately, it is forbidden to take pictures here, so there is no way to record it.
Came with a friend, he is a church fan! He likes this very much. He said that this church is simple and complex, retro and fashionable. Although I don’t understand his point, I still recommend everyone to take a look. Haha
San Pedro Church (Iglesia de San Pedro): Located near the Plaza de la Villa (Plaza de la Villa). The bell tower of the church is Murhad style, which makes it obvious at a glance that it must have been a Moorish mosque, which was later converted into a church.
The Church of San Pedro is located not far from the east of Straw Square. It is one of the churches left over from the medieval period in Madrid. It was originally a mosque, which was later converted into a church. Its Mudejar-style bell tower is very distinctive.
Preston_Dominguez: Calle del Nuncio, 14, 28005 Madrid
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Royal Palace,Plaza Mayor,Puerta del Sol,Museo del Prado,Plaza de Espana