Chapel of Sanctuary, or Capilla del Sagrario, built 1603-31 under Father Juan de Portocarrero and attached to the main nave 1714-22 by Jeronimo del Valle Ledesma, in the Cathedral of the Incarnation of Almeria, or Catedral de la Encarnacion de Almeria, built 1524-62 in late Gothic and Renaissance styles after the original cathedral was destroyed in an earthquake, Almeria, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The chapel was destroyed in 1936 and reopened in 1952 with new frescoes by Juan Ruiz Miralles and altarpiece by Jesus de Percevalet. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Chapel of Sanctuary, or Capilla del Sagrario, built 1603-31 under Father Juan de Portocarrero and attached to the main nave 1714-22 by Jeronimo del Valle Ledesma, in the Cathedral of the Incarnation of Almeria, or Catedral de la Encarnacion de Almeria, built 1524-62 in late Gothic and Renaissance styles after the original cathedral was destroyed in an earthquake, Almeria, Andalusia, Southern Spain. The chapel was destroyed in 1936 and reopened in 1952 with new frescoes by Juan Ruiz Miralles...
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