Window, Corpus Christi Church, 14th century, formerly the Main Synagogue, Segovia, Castile and Leon, Spain. The Synagogue was confiscated and  converted into a Christian Church 1419, and became a Convent of the Order of St Clare. The entrance is through a courtyard. The building was destroyed by fire, 1899, and restored 1902-2004. The interior is Moorish in style. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Window, Corpus Christi Church, 14th century, formerly the Main Synagogue, Segovia, Castile and Leon, Spain. The Synagogue was confiscated and converted into a Christian Church 1419, and became a Convent of the Order of St Clare. The entrance is through a courtyard. The building was destroyed by fire, 1899, and restored 1902-2004. The interior is Moorish in style. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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