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18th c. Neoclassical.

This church, situated in one of the city's oldest areas, was erected by Prado Mariño on the site of a 10th-century construction that was rebuilt in the 12th century by Archbishop Xelmírez. The church, despite its sober and pure design and in accordance with its small size, has a certain monumental appearance. It has a single central tower and a single nave with side chapels. The beautiful baroque sculptures of St. Anthony, St. Joseph and St. John the Baptist stand out inside.

18th c. Neoclassical.

This church, situated in one of the city's oldest areas, was erected by Prado Mariño on the site of a 10th-century construction that was rebuilt in the 12th century by Archbishop Xelmírez. The church, despite its sober and pure design and in accordance with its small size, has a certain monumental appearance. It has a single central tower and a single nave with side chapels. The beautiful baroque sculptures of St. Anthony, St. Joseph and St. John the Baptist stand out inside.

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Location
Praza de Cervantes, s/n
Present use

Church with regular worship.

Telephone
981 586 529
Observations

VISITABLE. Open (summer: June 1-September 30): Monday-Saturday, 10 am-1 pm and 5-9 pm. || WORSHIP. Mass: Monday-Saturday, 8.30 pm; Sunday and feast days: 10.30 pm and 12.30 pm. (Summer: no masses on Sundays)

 

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