Church of San Esteban (Valencia)

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Church of San Esteban
Iglesia de San Esteban
Campanar de l'església de sant Esteve, València.JPG
View of the bell tower
Coordinates: 39°28′34.07″N 0°22′23.37″W / 39.4761306°N 0.3731583°W / 39.4761306; -0.3731583
LocationHorta de València, Valencian Community
CountrySpain
Architecture
Architect(s)Juan Bautista Pérez Castiel,
Jerónimo Negret,
Guillem Roca,
José Gomar,
Francesc Anton,
Pedro Arnal, etc.
StyleBaroque,
Neoclassical,
Renaissance.

The Iglesia de San Esteban (in Valencian: Església de Sant Esteve) is a parish church located in Plaça de Sant Esteve in the city of Valencia, in the Valencian Community, Spain. The Iglesia de San Esteban is among the oldest churches in Valencia, it is built on the site of one of the mosques that stood in the city when it was under Muslim rule. St. Vicent Ferrer (1350-1419) and St. Luis Bertrán (1526-1581) were baptized here.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iglesia de San Esteban Protomártir Pl.San Esteban, 2 Sant Esteve Protomàrtir". www.jdiezarnal.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2 August 2018.