1920 – Railway Station, Toledo, Spain
Designed by Narciso Clavería, it was opened in 1920 and is a building with a rectangular base with three sections similar in appearance to an old Arabic palace and which is full of details: tiles showing an Arabic influence and plaster mouldings,
1880s – Escuela de Arte, Toledo, Spain
Created in the 19th Century for the training of artists and crafstmen in the city of Toledo,
1790s – University of Castile La Mancha Vice Chancellor’s Building, Toledo, Spain
This is one of the few major buildings in Toledo designed entirely by one architect. Designed as a regional university at the end of the 18th century the facade features a double staircase to provide a worthy entrance from the first floor.
1718 – Iglesia de San Idelfonso, Toledo, Spain
Known as the Jesuits’ church because it was built by this religious order and as “San Juan Bautista” because it used to be the parish church of St.
1854 – Plaza de Zocodover, Toledo, Spain
A square from medieval times, in 1854 an ambitious project under the guidence of Santiago Martín Ruiz,
Torre de Santo Tome, Toledo, Spain
The tower of the Church de Santo Tome has a square base and with two levels with spans marked by double arches,
1576 – Puerta del Cambron, Toledo, Spain
Originally a Muslim doorway which has been heavily altered. In its current version it dates from 1576, and was built on a square base,
1575 – Ayuntamiento, Toledo, Spain
The townhall or Ayuntamiento is a fine building in a Spanish baroque style, complete with square corner turrets.
1535 – El Alcazar, Toledo, Spain
The Alcázar of Toledo is a stone fortification located in the highest part of Toledo, Spain. It was constructed under Alfonso VI and Alfonso X and renovated in 1535.