Tower of San Esteban

Tower of San Esteban
Native name
Spanish: Torre de San Esteban
Location Segovia, Spain
Coordinates 40°57′07″N 4°07′29″W / 40.951902°N 4.124814°W / 40.951902; -4.124814Coordinates: 40°57′07″N 4°07′29″W / 40.951902°N 4.124814°W / 40.951902; -4.124814
Architectural style(s) Spanish Romanesque
Official name: Torre de San Esteban
Type Non-movable
Criteria Monument
Designated 1896
Reference no. RI-51-0000075
Location of Tower of San Esteban in Spain

The Tower of San Esteban (Spanish: Torre de San Esteban) is a Romanesque bell tower in Segovia, Spain. It belongs to the Church of San Esteban.


It is designated a Bien de Interés Cultural, and has been protected since 1896 when it was declared a National Monument (published in the Madrid Gazette on 13 December 1896). The Old Town of Segovia and its Acqueduct were declared a World Heritage Site in 1985.


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