Spain Renaissance Architecture

spain renaissanceRenaissance architecture in Spain is mostly inherited from the styles in Italy. Renaissance architecture sports graceful courtyards and columns, and it is usually appended to existing Gothic structures.

In Cadiz City, there are Renaissance inspired gardens and parks graced by fountains, ponds and winding paths. The 13th century cathedral (the Santa Cruz Church) was originally a Gothic structure until it was rebuilt in the Renaissance style.

Cadiz City, Spain does not have a lot of examples of Renaissance architecture. However, there are quite a number of Renaissance-inspired structures within the Cadiz province.