|Cathedral of Saint Mary of Mediavilla of Teruel|
Catedral de Santa María de Mediavilla de Teruel
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic Church|
|Location||Teruel, Aragon, Spain|
|Architectural style||Mudéjar, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance|
|Part of||Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon|
|Inscription||1986 (10th Session)|
The Cathedral of Teruel is a church in Teruel, Aragon, Spain. It belongs to St. Mary. It is a notable example of Mudéjar architecture. Since 1986, it has been part of the UNESCO Heritage site Mudéjar Architecture of Aragon.
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The bell tower is one of the best preserved Mudéjar towers in Spain. It is square. It has three floors. It is decorated with azulejos (painted tiles) and ceramic glaze. At the top is an octagonal lantern from the 18th century.
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