Santa lucia del trampal alcuescar

Quintanilla de las viñas

The importance reached by the territory of the current Extremadura in times of the Hispano-Visigothic kingdom, inheriting in great part the vitality of the Roman period, had its greatest exponents in the episcopal seats of Mérida and Coria, of metropolitan category the first one, that especially at the end of the VI century and beginning of the following one reached an outstanding preeminence, which would diminish in the VII century in favor of Toledo.[6] The construction articulation is of great interest in such a way that without buttresses a solid building is achieved thanks to the orthogonal disposition that allows mutual counteraction of all the constructive counterweights.

This constructive articulation is of great interest, so that without buttresses a solid building is achieved thanks to the orthogonal disposition that allows the mutual counterbalance of all the structural parts, singularly in the apses. This articulation of the building is what determines the segmentation of the interior space, in which we find a reduced space in the nave, a larger one in the transept and finally other very intimate ones in the three sanctuaries. This differentiation of spaces was originally marked by gates that have not been preserved, but of which we have evidence by the slits in the walls and in the floor, intended for their fastening, well visible at the end of the nave and at the access to each of the apses.[6] The apses were originally built in the nave and in the transept.

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The Mediation project began the school year with the first meeting of older and younger siblings of the center, which was held on October 6. In this meeting the students of 3rd and 4th ESO welcomed their siblings of 1st ESO.

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How to get there: Alcuescar is located next to the route of the Autovía de La Plata (A-66) at 39.9 kilometers from Mérida and 53.3 from Cáceres. From Trujillo it is 48.3 kilometers by the EX381. The distance to Madrid is 308 kilometers and 225 kilometers to Seville. Renfe’s Medium Distance Line 52 connects Mérida and Cáceres with Madrid; Line 74 does the same with Seville. The nearest airport is San Pablo (Seville), 230 kilometers away. The company Autobuses Solís connects Mérida and Cáceres with Alcuescar.

Opening hours of the monument: From June 1 to September 30 from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00 hours and from 17.00 to 20.00 hours. Sundays from 10.00 to 14.00 hours. From October 1 to May 31, from Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 14.00 hours and from 16.00 to 19.00 hours. Sundays from 10.00 to 14.00 hours. Monday: Closed.

Visigothic art

The importance reached by the territory of present-day Extremadura in the times of the Hispano-Visigothic kingdom, inheriting to a great extent the vitality of the Roman period, had its greatest exponents in the episcopal seats of Mérida and Coria, the former of metropolitan category, which especially at the end of the 6th century and beginning of the following century reached an outstanding preeminence, which would diminish in the 7th century in favor of Toledo.[6] This constructive articulation is of great interest in such a way that without buttresses a solid building is achieved thanks to the orthogonal disposition that allows mutual counteraction of all the structural parts, singularly the structural parts of the building.

This constructive articulation is of great interest, so that without buttresses a solid building is achieved thanks to the orthogonal disposition that allows the mutual counterbalance of all the structural parts, singularly in the apses. This articulation of the building is what determines the segmentation of the interior space, in which we find a reduced space in the nave, a larger one in the transept and finally other very intimate ones in the three sanctuaries. This differentiation of spaces was originally marked by gates that have not been preserved, but of which we have evidence by the slits in the walls and in the floor, intended for their fastening, well visible at the end of the nave and at the access to each of the apses.[6] The apses were originally built in the nave and in the transept.

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