Iglesia de San Esteban de Murcia

The stunning Iglesia de San Esteban de Murcia church in Spain has undergone an careful restoration over many years and now features floors in solid Douglas.

Church — Spain
José Félix Santiuste de Pablos— Photo: Pablo Almansa


Douglas Classic
Thickness 35 mm. Width 400 mm. Length 7,5 m
Finish Lye and White Soap


The church of La Iglesia de San Estebán dates from 1569 and its construction was the work of the Portuguese nobleman Esteban de Almeida, who upon his arrival in Murcia, was appointed bishop of Cartagena.


The sign of times has taken its toll on the church. In 1978, the local deputation asked local architects for the budget of the rehabilitation of the church. The local architect, Félix Santiuste de Pablos, has been working on this project from 2009-2019. And when it came to the restoration of the century old flooring, which has served its duty, he chose full length planks in Dinesen Douglas to underline the grandness of the long church room.



Today, the building is part of a monumental complex, which also includes the Palace of San Esteban, current headquarters of the Presidency of the Regional Government and former school of the Society of Jesus.

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