The Virgin of the Immaculate Conception by Jose Risueno, restored by Diego da Mora, from the Triunfo de Santiago altarpiece, made 1707-8 by Francisco Hurtado Izquierdo, 1669-1725, in Granada Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Incarnation, built 16th and 17th centuries in Renaissance style with Baroque elements, Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain. Several architects worked on the cathedral, which, unusually, has 5 naves and a circular capilla mayor instead of an apse. Granada was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1984. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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The Virgin of the Immaculate Conception by Jose Risueno, restored by Diego da Mora, from the Triunfo de Santiago altarpiece, made 1707-8 by Francisco Hurtado Izquierdo, 1669-1725, in Granada Cathedral, or the Cathedral of the Incarnation, built 16th and 17th centuries in Renaissance style with Baroque elements, Granada, Andalusia, Southern Spain. Several architects worked on the cathedral, which, unusually, has 5 naves and a circular capilla mayor instead of an apse. Granada was listed as a...
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