Patchwork—Santo Domingo, Spain
The Cathedral of Santo Domingo, which contains some of the finest stained glass windows in Europe, can trace its beginnings to when Santo Domingo was not accepted into the monasteries of Valvanera and San Millán. He became a hermit, devoting his days to prayer and penitence.
Seeing pilgrims traveling to the tomb of Saint James at Compostela, he built a road, bridge and a hospital for those travelers. His efforts resulted in the start of a new town, which after his death became Santo Domingo de la Calzada.