Church of San Francisco de Sales (Madrid)

Church of San Francisco de Sales (Madrid)
Church of San Francisco de Sales
Native name:
Spanish: Iglesia de San Francisco de Sales
Location: Madrid, Spain
Coordinates: 40°27′16″N 3°42′14″W / 40.454517°N 3.703783°W / 40.454517; -3.703783Coordinates: 40°27′16″N 3°42′14″W / 40.454517°N 3.703783°W / 40.454517; -3.703783
Spanish Property of Cultural Interest
Official name: Iglesia de San Francisco de Sales
Type: Non-movable
Criteria: Monument
Designated: 1996[1]
Reference #: RI-51-0009568
Church of San Francisco de Sales (Madrid) is located in Spain
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Location of Church of San Francisco de Sales in Spain

The Church of San Francisco de Sales (Spanish: Iglesia de San Francisco de Sales) is a church located in Madrid, Spain. It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1996.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b Database of protected buildings (movable and non-movable) of the Ministry of Culture of Spain



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