Archpriestal Chirch in Sant Mateu, a sample of Gothic architecture
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Iglesia Arciprestal de Sant Mateu


Sant Mateu

A key monument of Valencian Gothic architecture, It has been declared a National Heritage since 1931, it gathers elements from all architectural styles from the 13th century to the end of the 18th century.

Its most notable parts are the: the Romanesque door and two nave sections of the primitive Reconquest church (18th century), apse and unfinished Gothic nave (14th-15th century), Gothic side entrance and bell tower (15th century), Chapel of the notary Juan Alcalà (17th century) and the San Clemente Màrtir Chapel (18th century).

 


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