Mudejar style

Vernacular style of Iberian architecture and decoration, strongly influenced by Moorish taste and workmanship. Used in the Iberian Christian kingdoms, primarily between the 13th and 16th centuries.

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Alcala de Henares Chapel and Auditorium of Alcala de Henares university
Camagüey "The constructive techniques that they shows and the use of the clay, the third and the lime to reproduce the ornamental elements, design and formal expression that characterize the built repertoire of the property, reflect the notorious Mudejar influences" and "The Mudejar framework of the roofs with braces, angle braces and bowses" (nom file)
Camino Real Ojuelos - a square with 19th century arcading in Mudejar and Neoclassic style (AB ev)
Cordoba Mudejar Chapel of San Bartolomé
Coro and its Port " a rich fusion of local traditions and Spanish Mudéjar and Dutch architectural techniques" (OUV statement)
El Fuerte de Samaipata The Spaniards also built a settlement near the temple and there are remains of buildings of typical Arab Andalusian architecture
Evora Casa Cordovil
Granada Casa Morisca El Corralón and other buildings in Albayzín
Lima Ceilings in the Iglesia de San Francisco
Mudejar Architecture of Aragon "It expresses the evolution of Mudéjar construction techniques in both structural and formal terms" (crit iv)
Popocatepetl monasteries Tlaxcala: "The main nave of the church has one of the few examples of Moorish art in the Americas." (wiki)
Puebla Baramar Building, H. Congress of Puebla, Haro and Tamariz Maternity Hospital, Market on Presidencia
Quebrada de Humahuaca Most of the colonial churches in the valley are in the mudejar style
Quito La Compana, Santo Domingo, San Francisco, La Merced, El Sagrario, Guapulo.
Route of Santiago de Compostela "Sahagún contains some of the earliest examples of the mudéjar architecture. It lies on the Way of St. James and is often considered the half-way point between St. Jean Pied de Port and Santiago de Compostela." (wiki), including Church of San Lorenzo, Church of San Tirso
Salamanca Convento de Santa Clara
San Cristobal de La Laguna Ceilings of Iglesia de La Concepcion
Santa Maria de Guadalupe "an exceptional example of an ensemble comprised of widely differing architectural styles, including in particular the 14th- to 15th-century Mudéjar church and cloister" (OUV statement)
Segovia Convento de San Antonio El Real
Seville "Palacio de Pedro I representing Spanish Mudejar art" (OUV statement)
Sintra Royal Palace: "One of the most important features of the Palace is the facing with tiles (azulejos), the finest example of this Mudéjar technique on the lberian Peninsula. " (OUV)
Sucre Iglesia de San Francisco - ceiling
Toledo "Toledo witnessed the emergence of a Mudejar style, which combined .. elements of Visigothic and Muslim art" (AB ev)


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