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Right within the Old town is this building with a weird exterior of many styles some of them changes from as late as the 1800's. Yet, this is a church dating from the XII century as church/fortress to fight, not infidels, but each other of...More
The church of St Nicolas was built in the 12th century and hence carries almost a millenium of history on its broad shoulders. It was the centre of one of the three city cores which eventually formed Pamplona. Very striking are the numbered wooden floorboards...More
We were staying just around the corner from this church on Calle San Nicolas, so we walked by this impressive church every day in Pamplona. We even drank a few cold ones in the plaza in front of the church.
thi church was by the city walls and hence fortfied and used as a watch tower. the inside is baroque style and really nice. be careful where you are walking in the inside as the numbers on the floor indicates burial locations of monks
As a non-Catholic I visited to mourn a friend. I received sympathy and consolation from
the Priests and Leity. I was asked to join a local family Sung Mass where my friends
Name was included. Wonderful.