Alminar de San Sebastian

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

Alminar de San Sebastian Este alminar pertenecio a una pequena mezquita un oratorio posiblemente del siglo XIV. Tras la conquista cristiana se convirtio en una iglesia denominada de San Sebastian, de la que hoy no nos quedan restos visibles, a excepcion del antiguo alminar convertido en campanario. El alminar, que presenta semejamus con algunos existentes en el norte de Africa, se divide en tres cuerpos; los dos primeros de factura musulmana y el superior de adaptacion cristiana para alojar el cuerpo de campanas. El cuerpo bajo es de canteria de sillares con puerta en el lado oeste que presenta arco de herradura con alfiz y con decoracion de lazo y dintel adovelado. El segundo es de ladrillo con dos ventanitas de arco de herradura a cada lado, por encima de las cuales hubo un pano de decoracion geometrica en ladrillo del que solo quedan algunos restos en la parte alta.

Minaret of San Sebastian This belonged to a small mosque minaret oratory possibly the fourteenth century. After the Christian conquest was turned into a church called San Sebastian, which today we are no visible remains, with the exception of the former minaret converted into a bell tower. The minaret, which has semejamus with some existing in North Africa, is divided into three sections; the first two Muslim invoice and the top Christian adaptation to accommodate the belfry. The lower body is of ashlar stonework on the west door posing horseshoe arch with drip cap and bow decoration and voussoirs lintel side. The second is brick with two horseshoe arched windows on each side, above which there was a cloth of geometric decoration brick of which only a few vestiges remain on the high side.

Alminar de San Sebastian - Plaza Abul Beka, Ronda, Spain where he was