Church of San Pedro

The Church of San Pedro is located at the Plaza de Santa Teresa. This church was started around 1100 and finished in the 14th century. The predominant style of the church is Romanesque, but it has Gothic elements also. The architecture is severe in style. However the façade has a wonderful Cistercian rose window and a large square tower. Over the rose window is a statue of Saint Peter. The church has a Latin cross ground plan with a three naves. The church has no crypt. There is a crossing and a cupola. There are three doors to the church. The door to the north is the most interesting door and has five archivolts and some with rosettes. The door on the west has six archivolts and a large Gothic rose window. Prominent city families used to worship in this church and one can find the tombs of many in the church.