Iglesia Santa Comba de Bande [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 22.4 version 2b
The church Santa Comba de Bande is a small Spanish church from the Visigothic period. Its plan is in Greek cross. Despite its respectable age (it is dated from the 7th century) its state of conservation is remarkable.
All the roofs of the model are removable in order to observe the inner layout. More information and Download...
Iglesia San Juan Bautista de Baños de Cerrato [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 18.4 version 1a
This old Spanish church is the only one of the Visigothic period having its date of consecration known with certainty (661). Paper model with removable roof showing inside the nave, which is the major part of the building because it remains intact from 7th century. More information and Download...
Ermita de Nuestra Señora de las Viñas [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 17.2 version 1.a
This pretty little Spanish pre-Romanesque hermitage is the remaining part of a much larger 7th century Visigothic church. Its interior and exterior decoration is remarkable. More information and Download...
Iglesia San Pedro de la Nave [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 17.1 version 1a
This Spanish church dates from the end of the Visigothic period (7th and 8th centuries) and is the most complete and best preserved of this period. It was moved and reassembled from its original site due to the erection of a dam. More information and Download...
Iglesia Santa Cristina de Lena [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 16.12 version 1a
This small church of the ninth century is a masterpiece of the Asturian Pre-Romanesque art (northern Spain). It is classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. The model has a removable roof to see the complex inside of the nave. More information and Download...
Capella de San Miguel de Celanova [1:100]
ref.: Secanda 16.4 version 2a
This tiny chapel is a jewel of the Mozarabic art in Galicia (Spain). The term "Mozarabic" refers to the style of Hispanic Christians medieval buildings constructed in the areas at this time under Muslim occupation. More information and Download...