The Church of San Román was constructed with a Mudéjar design during the 13th century. It is one of the oldest in Toledo. Inside are stunning horseshoe arches characteristic of Islamic architecture. They are decorated with Romanesque and Arabic frescos painted with warm hues of orange and red. The structure is now the Museum of Visigothic Councils and Culture. You will enjoy seeing displays of Visigoth art and artifacts from the 6th through the early 8th centuries when Toledo was the capital of Visigoth Spain.