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Catedral Vieja de Salamanca


- Trinitas 14%, Pater 6%, Filius 29%, Spiritus 9%, Alfa 6%, Omega 3%, Canteros
19%, Maria 4%, Armas 2%.
- Almost absence of Spiritus. Predominance of trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross and Compass.
- Arrow, trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross, Pater, and Square predominate in the Nave Columns. The schematized scissors abounds.
- Greek Cross and trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross predominate in the Apses. They have presence of Ihesus.
- Compass, trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross, and Trinitas predominate in Talavera Chapel.
- Fortunately, the gothic church was constructed so slowly that only the North wall and its apse were destroyed.
- The Romanic church initiates its construction in half XII century. The beautiful Torre del Gallo finished in the first quarter of XIII century.
- The arrow heads are large. Some trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross does not join its triangles in the central vertex. Open scissors are a superstitious sign of protection.


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