Parroquia Ntra. Sra. de la Encarnación

Plaza Baja

mon-sun 09:00-13:00 / 16:30-20:30

Declared of cultural interest in 2004, was built in 1505, it´s said that on the ruins of a Moorish mosque.

Gothic and neo-classical reforms, with three nave cross, it´s charecteristic square and octogonal bell tower is a symbol of village, as it´s their patron saint, the Virgen de Gracia, carved by Francisco Palma Burgos in 1937 after the destruction of the original size, there was donated by the very catholic monarchs, being written evidence that the temple also it housed a chalice with the coat of arms of the monarchs, now gone.

In addition to the carving of the virgin, in 1936 were burned the parish archives, a monumental organ, images, altarpieces and pictures of great value, including a canvas of st. Francis attributed to Murillo.

The neo-classical retablo and baroque is from 1959, the work of the carver Pedro Perez Hidalgo.

At the beginning of the virgin, you can see the silver moon donated by neighbor Juan Benitez in 1683.

Declared of cultural interest in 2004, was built in 1505, it´s said that on the ruins of a Moorish mosque.

Gothic and neo-classical reforms, with three nave cross, it´s charecteristic square and octogonal bell tower is a symbol of village, as it´s their patron saint, the Virgen de Gracia, carved by Francisco Palma Burgos in 1937 after the destruction of the original size, there was donated by the very catholic monarchs, being written evidence that the temple also it housed a chalice with the coat of arms of the monarchs, now gone.

In addition to the carving of the virgin, in 1936 were burned the parish archives, a monumental organ, images, altarpieces and pictures of great value, including a canvas of st. Francis attributed to Murillo.

The neo-classical retablo and baroque is from 1959, the work of the carver Pedro Perez Hidalgo.

At the beginning of the virgin, you can see the silver moon donated by neighbor Juan Benitez in 1683.

PLAZA BAJA

 

opening hours

MON-SUN

09:00-13:00

16:30-20:30

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