1. What marks the differences between a civil and a religious building?

The differences were that the civil buildings was created to be used us monarchs homes or to be meeting there to discuss, thing related with the goverment,or political events. ans the religious buildings, like the churchs, are created to religious things, like pray.


2. Make a list of the most important civil buildings and another of the most important religious buildings in the city that you still can see today.

Civil buildings:
1- Casa y Torre de los Lujanes
2- Museo de San Isidro
3- La Plaza Mayor
4- Palacio de los Consejos

Religious buildings:
1- Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo
2- Capilla de San Isidro
3- Parish of San Miguel
4- Capilla del Obispo
5- Iglesia de San Jerónimo el Real
6- Parroquia de San Ginés

Answer the following questions for each of the buildings that you mention in your list:

3. What function did the civil buildings have? What were they used for?

- Casa y Torre de los Lujanes: It was the House of the family of the Lujanes.
- Museo de San Isidro:It used for political events
- La Plaza Mayor: It used for political events, sawing by all the population, and for put the market.
- Palacio de los Consejos: it was used by the Royal Treasury, also at house of the court

4. What function did the religious buildings have? What were they used for?

- Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo: It was used for praying
- Capilla de San Isidro: It the built, in which the rests od San Isidro were, so the people went there to pray
- Parish of San Miguel: It was built for the Spanish martyrs, it was used for praying worship, and giving masses.
- Capilla del Obispo:It were the rests of San Isidro Labrador where
- Iglesia de San Jerónimo el Real: The monastery was built for the monks, although the Catholic Monarchs kept it as their residence
- Parroquia de San Ginés: It was built for the people in the Arenal street

5. Who ordered and paid for the construction of the civil buildings? Why?

- Casa y Torre de los Lujanes: Álvaro Lujan ordered its construction, Because he wanted to live in Madrid.
-Museo de San Isidro: The Lujan Family , because they wanted a house in the middle of the city.
- La Plaza Mayor: Philip II, becouse it where the trade took place
- Palacio de los Consejos: The Duke of Uceda, to live there

6. Who ordered and paid for the contruction of the religious buildings? Why?

- Iglesia de San Pedro el Viejo: The archbishop Lorenzo Reinoso.
- Capilla de San Isidro: It was very old so we don`t know who ordered its construction.
- Parish of San Miguel: The archbishops Luis Jaime of Bourbon and Farnesio,it was built for the Spanish martyrs.
- Capilla del Obispo: Alfonso VIII to keep the rests of san Isidro Labrador.
- Iglesia de San Jerónimo el Real: Enrique IV ordered its construction, because they wanted to build a monastery for the monks.
- Parroquia de San Ginés: Orderes by Jose Luis Marin to yne inhabitants of the Arenal Street to pray.