13th C – Monastery of St. Francis, Palma, Mallorca, Spain
An austere facade relieved only by an ornate rose window and a fabulously baroque doorway masks a wonderful interior at the Monastery of St.
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.
1876 – Baptist Chapel & Schools, Highgate Road, London
Closed for many years and recently converted into apartments, after the church elders decided to downsize the church into the Sunday School building of the complex.
1884 – St. Peters Church, Bournemouth, Dorset
15th C – Iglesia de San Vicente, Toledo, Spain
There only remains the apse from the Mudejar church, known in Toledo as the Cubillo (Tower) of San Vicente.
1940s – Basilica de Macarana, Seville, Spain
This 1940s church, which is home to the most adored religious image in all of Andalucía, the 17th-century Virgen de la Esperanza (Hope) sculpture.
15th C – Iglesia de Sta Ana, Granada, Andalusia, Spain
The Church of St Anne, built in the 15th Century on top of a mosque; it is a simple building with a fine ornate doorway and belltower.
1879 – Church of St. John the Evangelist, Wentbridge, Yorkshire
“We have already published Mr. Arthur W. Blomfield’s big drawing of Denton Hall from this year’s Royal Academy Exhibition,
1879 – Church, Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire
Perspective of church for Victor Road, including ground plan as published in The Building News,