Spain Gothic Architecture
Gothic designs in Spain had many of the same elements of other European countries. However; one of the most distinctive features of Spanish Architecture is the use of Islamic and Arabic influences in patterns, decorations and structure design. Often, structures used domes with a variety of different shapes and sizes to adorn the buildings. Spanish Gothic design was referred to as a hybrid, as it combined both European and Spanish-Arabic influences.
Intricate patterns and forms of vaulting were developed with curvilinear designs. Many of the hybrid designs used in Spain appeared later in Europe and Central America.
- Barcelona Cathedral (Cathedral of Santa Eulalia), Barcelona
- Avila Cathedral, Castile and Leon
- Burgos Cathedral, Castile and Leon
- León Cathedral, Castile and Leon
- Santa Maria del Mar, Catalonia
- Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona, Catalonia
- Cathedral Church of Saint Mary, Murcia
- Segovia Cathedral, Segovia
- Toledo Cathedral, Toledo
- Valencia Cathedral, Valencia