Churches and Chapels
Church of San Juan Bautista
Originally romanesque, with three naves of the 16th century and a transept. The apse dates from the 14th century. It has a cloister of the 14th century which preserves three of the original galleries and a Mudejar coffered ceiling. The base of the military-looking tower is all the remains of the original Romanesque structure.
Three sides of the original Gothic cloister have been preserved. They have paired columns, and a Mudejar ceiling, with rests of fresco paintings. The Capilla de Santa Ana contains the Renaissance sepulchres of Don Juan de Castro Mújica and Don Diego de Mújica.
- Religious architecture
- Predominant styles:
- Historical Period:
- Middle Ages
- Holly Week
- Every day: 11 – 14 and 16 – 19
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