Talk:San Jerónimo el Real
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This is THE church of the Royal Family in Spain. It is possibly the Spanish equivalent of Westminster Abbey. It was built more than 400 years ago and still survives today. I would have thought this was enough to make it Notable. I'm sure I could find some much less notable articles in this Encyclopedia. It has over 14,000 references in Google in just the one variation "San Jeronimo el Real", of which this entry already ranks 2nd.
I put in as much information as I could find. Perhaps others will add more as they find it. Most of my information was sourced from Wikipedia, and there are plenty of cross-references. I have also linked many pages to this one. --Richardb43 (talk) 08:58, 6 April 2008 (UTC)