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El monasterio de san martín english

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Created by Juan Ledesma for madridmedieval.wikispaces.com

Created by Juan Ledesma for madridmedieval.wikispaces.com

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  • 1. EL MONASTERIO DE SAN MARTÍN
  • 2. In what streets was it?
    • El Monasterio de San Martín was located on the streets of FRANCISCO
    • PIQUER, forming the ARENAL and HILERAS streets, square and street of
    • SAN MARTÍN
    • In the photograph the Francisco Piquer street.
  • 3. In what year it was built?
    • It was built in the year 1126.
    • In the same year, the KING ALFONSO
    • VII, granted authority to settle the
    • suburb.
    • In the image Alfonso VII.
  • 4. Who ordered to built?
    • It was ordered to built by the KING ALFONSO
    • XII.
    • In the photograph the King Alfonso XII.
  • 5. Who built it?
    • It was built by FERNANDO
    • ARBÓS.
  • 6. To what was built?
    • It was built to be a parish or a convent.
  • 7. To what it use now?
    • In the year 1836 to civil goberment offices,
    • country council…
    • It was demolished in the year 1868 and
    • now there is a building of a saving bank.
  • 8. The End
  • 9. Created by Juan Ledesma and Alejandro Fernández
  • 10. We have take the information from: www.madridhistorico.com