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This major framework done in two lateral and a central flat side was a very popular restoration mentioned in the news due to the incredible artistic value of this Catholic Church.
The Church Saint Mary of the Royal Fortress was a combination of Gothic, Renaissance, Moorish and Baroque styles with adds on and modifications along many centuries. The main nave measures along 92 feet and its fully covered by this mudejar style assemble lasso wood work.

Customer:
Andalusia Cultural Council
Architect:
Mr. Enrique Venegas Medina
Year:
2005
Country:
Spain
Project:
Saint Mary of the Royal Fortress
Typology:
Church framework and rafters
Development:
Main nave ceiling
Technique:
Assemble lasso
Woods:
European pine tree
Finishing:
Walnut varnish
Dimensiones:
92 x 26 ft.