Vitoria-Gasteiz Building, Towers, New Basque Country Architecture Images, Architects

Vitoria-Gasteiz Arquitectura : Basque Towers

Contemporary Basque buildings design by Ábalos & Herreros Arquitectos, España

25 Sep 2007

Vitoria-Gasteiz Buildings

Design: Ábalos & Herreros

Four towers completed in Vitoria, Spain

Vitoria-Gasteiz Building

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Plans + Site Plan of these Spanish tower buildings:

Basque Towers Vitoria-Gasteiz Arquitectura

Vitoria-Gasteiz Buildings images / information from Ábalos & Herreros 2007

Abalos Herreros Architects, Spanish Architectural Office

Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Basque Country, North East Spain, western Europe

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Vitoria-Gasteiz is the capital of the Basque Autonomous Community in northern Spain. In the medieval quarter, the Gothic-style Santa María Cathedral features a sculpted facade and towering columns. The 17th-century Plaza de la Virgen Blanca has a monument to the 1813 Battle of Vitoria. The Church of San Miguel has a large, baroque altarpiece and houses a statue of the White Virgin, the city’s patron saint.

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