Church of El Salvador
Built in the Andalusian Baroque and Mudêjar styles in the 16th century (1505), and enlarged in the 19th century. It has undergone a number of overhauls, notably in 1997. The highlight of the exterior is the square tower with its perpendicular belfry. Inside, it features three spacious, well-lit naves, the central of nave being crowned by a wooden vault while its lateral counterparts have arris and Roman vaults.
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