Burgos cathedral. Interior
Inside the Cathedral there is an unusually large octagonal chapel, the Condestable Chapel. This has eight pinnacles and inside, richly decorated walls with coats-of-arms by Simon de Colonia and Diego de Siloé. It dates from the end of the 15C-like the huge dome over the crossing, also with eight pinnacles, which was finished by Juan de Vallejo. The Cathedral of Burgos has a nave and two aisles, a transept and ambulatory. The nave is 348 ft. long, the transept 194 ft. The windows have pointed arches and stained glass. The Plateresque dome vaulting was begun by Felipe de Borgoña and completed by Juan de Vallejo.
The grilles separating the transept from the choir are ornate wrought metal in Castilian-Aragonese style. The choir stalls, which comprise 103 separate walnut stalls, are all inlaid with boxwood, a masterpiece by Felipe Bigarny, who also carved the white stone reliefs in the ambulatory behind the altar. In the middle of the choir is the copper-covered tomb of the founder, Bishop Mauricio. The outward facing side of the chorus is decorated with paintings by Juan Rizi.