The cloister is composed of four different styles, each occupying two and a half sections adjacent to a corner.ote, in particular, the Mudejar-style arches of the southwest corner (seen here). San Juan de Duero, (aka San Juan Arcos de Duero). Former monastery of the Knights of Saint John, built in the 12th century with 13th century additions. Famous for the Islamic influence that have resulted from the experience of the Knights of St. John or, more likely, it reflects the considerable Islamic population of the region with connections to Toledo.
San Juan de Duero, cloister, Romanesque, architecture