Santiago del Arrabal, Toledo

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Santiago del Arrabal, view from the Puerta de Bisagra Nueva

Santiago del Arrabal is a church in Toledo, Spain, built in 1245–48, at the orders of Sancho II, on the site of an older church and a mosque that is known to have been used since 1125. Many characteristics of the mosque have remained in the present building which is built in the Mudéjar architectural style. The church is named after Saint James (Santiago) of the outskirts (Arrabal). The patrons of the church during its foundation were members of the Diosdado family, knight commanders of the Order of Santiago.

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Coordinates: 39°51′43″N 4°01′32″W / 39.8620°N 4.0255°W / 39.8620; -4.0255