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"A Historic Medieval Chapel"

Located in the southern aisle of the Catedral de Santa María de la Encarnación, Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) was constructed over a period of 16 years beginning from 1506. The chapel is known as the burial place for the reyes católicos, or the Catholic Monarchs and a visit to the chapel would take you through the decorated tombs of Queen Isabella and her husband Ferdinand. The tomb is made up of Carrara marble and was decorated by Florentine sculptor Domenico Fancelli. Apart from the tombs, you can also find statues of catholic monarchs by Diego de Siloé and the carved retablo by Felipe Vigarny.
Calle Oficios 3, Granada, Spain, 18001
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"A Historic Medieval Chapel"
Located in the southern aisle of the Catedral de Santa María de la Encarnación, Capilla Real (Royal Chapel) was constructed over a period of 16 years beginning from 1506. The chapel is known as the burial place for the reyes católicos, or the Catholic Monarchs and a visit to the chapel would take you through the decorated tombs of Queen Isabella and her husband Ferdinand. The tomb is made up of Carrara marble and was decorated by Florentine sculptor Domenico Fancelli. Apart from the tombs, you can also find statues of catholic monarchs by Diego de Siloé and the carved retablo by Felipe Vigarny.
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