Leon interior catedral stamaria
Northern Spain

La Capilla Mayor, cerrada por una verja de estilo plateresco, contiene una custodia de plata del siglo XVI y pinturas góticas en el retablo del Altar Mayor, de Nicolás Francés y Van der Weyden. En el trascoro, una de las sillerías más antiguas labradas por escultores de Flandes en el siglo XV. Magníficas esculturas del siglo XV en la capilla del sagrario.

El claustro del siglo XIV tiene forma de cuadrado regular, con seis arcos ojivales en cada lado.

En el Museo Catedralicio se conserva un Cristo de marfil de siglo XIII, algunas esculturas de Juan de Juni y sus discípulos, un misal del siglo XVI y varios ornamentos litúrgicos de la misma época.

En la biblioteca hay varios manuscritos visigóticos y un ejemplar de la Lex Romana Visigothorum. (Fuente: http://enciclopedia.us.es)


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Updated: 09/04/2012


Tags: interior; catedral; leon; santa; maria; regla; plaza; barrio; humedo; gotico; reims; fachada; hastial; arcos; puertas; torres; transepto; medieval; portico; capilla
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