It runs along Calle del Corregidor Luis de la Cerda. This wall corresponds to the quibla of the old mosque. The western part, built by Alhaken II, is built as a double wall. On the other hand, the eastern part, built during Almanzor's expansion, is a single wall. From west to east we find:
The balconies, located at the western end, extending along five of the naves, are two rows of balconies. They were built in the 18th century to improve the lighting of the rooms between the double wall of the quibla. The coats of arms of some of the bishops can be seen on the lower row of balconies.
The Balcony of San Clemente is in the Plateresque style, and was built in the 16th century. It was accessed from the old chapel of San Clemente, where the Museum of San Clemente is now located.Article obtained from Wikipedia article Wikipedia in his version of 01/07/2022, by various authors under the license Licencia de Documentación Libre GNU.