Once serving the Jami' al-Ta'ibin, this late thirteenth century Almohad minaret today stands as the bell tower of the Iglesia de San Juan de los Reyes, itself a product of the sixteenth century and the first Catholic church in the city. The brick tower is square in plan and features an intricate band of interwoven geometric forms above a rectangular panel of blind double arches.
Barrucand, Marianne and Bednorz, Achim. 2002. Moorish Architecture in Andalusia. Koln: Taschen, 112, 212.