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Oratorio de San Felipe Neri

Juan Bautista in Toledo, Spain. This Church was also called San Juan de la Leche (for a goatyard whose milk they sold).
It was founded in 1125 and, with Gothic traces. It was rebuilt between the late 15th century and early 16th century. In the wall of the gospel the Oratory's main Chapel was built, built by Sancho Sánchez de Toledo. Pisa, in its History of Toledo, places this chapel among the best in the city. In the recent restoration a Gothic polychrome was discovered. Its design favoured conceptual unity and over time increased Escario's reception.

The Oratorio de San Felipe de Neri is the vestige that remains after the demolition (between 1771 and 1777) of the church Iglesia San Roman baths<(b>
Remains of what were Thermaes Templarium appeared, pertaining to the 1st century CE. Toledo's Roman past (Toletum coined its own currency) is witnessed through its thermaes, which were scattered around the Oratory area. A remnant of what could be the sacristy is a yeseria of good design with remains of polychrome.

GPS-Daten: N 39,85874° W 4,02523°

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