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Badajoz (prov.)

Plaza de Cervantes 16
(Iglesia de San Andrés)

San Andrés y San Pedro

St. Andrew and St. Peter

19th century

Badajoz /  San Andrés y San Pedro   Badajoz /  San Andrés y San Pedro


Two statues in the Church of St. Andrew in niches above the east and west entrance in the Calle San Blas.

Badajoz - San Andrés y San Pedro
San Andrés / St. Andrew
apostle and the brother of Saint Peter; founder and the first bishop of the Church of Byzantium. Protector of fishermen, in particular. He is shown with a saltire cross, in accordance with the way in which he died (Wikipedia).

Badajoz - San Andrés y San Pedro
San Pedro / St. Peter
(possibly died AD 67), apostle, first pope; patron saint of locksmiths and confessors. Usually holding the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven in his hand (Wikipedia)

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Location (N 38°52'39" - W 6°58'3")

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Item Code: esex013; Photograph: 4 September 2017
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