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St María Cathedral, Logroño

The Cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda is a co-cathedral located in Logroño, in La Rioja, Spain. The name “redonda” refers to the rounded shape of an earlier church on the site. It had the status of collegiate church from the 15th century when Logroño became a city. The church has two elaborately decorated towers, each containing a set of bells. The sidewall of the church has a clock split into three faces : one each for the hour, minute and second. The entrance to the church is set in an alcove filled with Christian sculptures, protected by high iron gates and netting to prevent people or birds entering. The towers are similarly netted but the famous storks which inhabit Logroño can still nest on the highest ledges.

Nun at the Organ
The vaulted Leonardo da vinci painting