Iglesia de San Nicolás de Los Servitas

Madrid Spain

Roman Catholic

The oldest church in Madrid, it was already established in 1202 and serves Italian residents. The 12th century Mudéjar tower is thought to have originally been the minaret of a mosque, later consecrated as a Catholic church. Restored in 1805 it was given to the religious Order of the Servites in 1825. The church was named a national monument in 1931. The church has a relief of San Nicolas. The street and plaza have decorative tiles naming San Nicolas.