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Church of San Martín


Built in the 17th century, the church is part of the monastery of the Augustinian nuns established by the Bishop Ginés de Casanova. The church outstands for its sober beauty, a clear example of pre-Baroque classicism. This church has retained its altars on golden wooden carvings, as well as many of its paintings: works of Ribalta, Castañeda, Huerta, Bayuco and other Valencians of the 17th century amongst them. Visitors can also admire the old Gothic altarpiece of the nunnery dedicated to Saint Martin, by Jacomart-Rexach.


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Tourist Info Segorbe
C/ Marcelino Blasco nº 3
12400 Segorbe
Teléfono: 964 713 254
Fax: 964 711 953
Web: www.turismo.segorbe.es
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