Altar del Trascoro, designed 1772-76 by Ventura Rodriguez and built by Eusebio Valdes with sculptures by Juan de Salazar of the Immaculate Conception, San Domingo de Guzman and San Juan Nepomuceno, 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. Above the main statues are a medallion of God the Father, angels and allegories of Faith and Hope. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Altar del Trascoro, designed 1772-76 by Ventura Rodriguez and built by Eusebio Valdes with sculptures by Juan de Salazar of the Immaculate Conception, San Domingo de Guzman and San Juan Nepomuceno, 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. Above the main statues are a medallion of God the Father,...
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