Spanish Gothic architecture is the style of architecture prevalent in Spain in the Late Medieval period.
The Gothic style started in Spain as a result of Central European influence in the twelfth century when late Romanesque alternated with few expressions of pure Gothic architecture. The High Gothic arrives with all its strength via the pilgrimage route, the Way of Saint James, in the thirteenth century. Some of the most pure Gothic cathedrals in Spain, closest related to the German and French Gothic, were built at this time.
The Gothic style was sometimes adopted by the Mudéjar architects, who created a hybrid style, employing European techniques and Spanish-Arab decorations. The most important post−thirteenth-century Gothic styles in Spain are the Levantino, characterized by its structural achievements and the unification of space, and the Isabelline Gothic, under the Catholic Monarchs, that predicated a slow transition to Renaissance style architecture.
Spanish Gothic architecture Wikipedia
The designations of styles in Spanish Gothic architecture are as follows. Dates are approximate.Early Gothic (12th century)
High Gothic (13th century)
Mudéjar Gothic (from the 13th to the 15th centuries)
Levantino Gothic (14th century)
Valencian Gothic (14th and 15th century)
Flamboyant/Late Gothic (15th century)
Isabelline Gothic (15th century)
Cathedral of Ávila
Cathedral of Cuenca
Cathedral of Sigüenza
Abbey of Santa María la Real de Las Huelgas in Burgos
Cathedral of Burgos
Cathedral of Burgo de Osma
Cathedral of León
Cathedral of Toledo
Palace of the Kings of Navarre in Olite
San Pablo Church, Valladolid
Cathedral of San Salvador, in Zaragoza
Castle in Coca
St. Martín's Tower in Teruel
Lonja de la Seda, in Valencia
Torres de Serranos
Palace of the Borgias
Monastery of Sant Jeroni de Cotalba, in Alfauir.
Monastery of Santa María de la Valldigna, in Simat de la Valldigna.
Basilica of Santa Maria, in Alicante.
Orihuela Cathedral, in Orihuela.
Castelló Cathedral and El Fadrí, in Castellón de la Plana
Segorbe Cathedral in Segorbe.
La Seu (cathedral) of Palma de Mallorca
Santa Maria del Mar of Barcelona
Barcelona Royal Shipyard
Royal Palace in Barcelona
Cathedral of Girona
Cathedral of Oviedo
Cathedral of Sevilla
Cathedral of Segovia
Chapel of the Condestable, Cathedral of Burgos
New Cathedral in Salamanca
Saint John of The Kings in Toledo
Royal Chapel of Granada
Colegio de San Gregorio in Valladolid
Palace of Infantado in Guadalajara
Palace of Jabalquinto in Baeza, Jaén
San Pablo Church in Valladolid
Ace Hotel Los Angeles