Known as 'The Armuña Catthedral' because of its monumental size, it was built upon a former structure of which a 14th-century tower has been preserved.

Single-nave structure with a transept. Six Baroque altarpieces dating from the second half of the 17th century, plus a richly ornate Plateresque one. Of particular note is the 'Cristo de la Largueza', a 14th-century sculpture.

Also interesting is the arch of the tribune, with an ashlars balustrade that was partially destroyed to hold the organ, brought in from the Salamanca cathedral in exchange for the monumental bell known as 'María de la O'.

Historical Data

Religious architecture
Predominant styles:
Historical Period:
Early modern period


Cementerio, 2. Villares de la Reina. 37184 Salamanca.

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Tourist Office of Salamanca


P/ Mayor, 32. Salamanca. 37002 Salamanca.

Telephone: 902 302 002 / 923 218 342

Fax: 923 263 409



Opening hours

  • Every day: depending on worship service

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