With a huge facade that resembles the construction of a double floor guarded by two tall and narrow towers, a small door with semicircular arches (architectural detail that can also be seen in its chapels), as well as circular windows, transformed into a work of art for its designs and light effects. This church dates from the 1523 century, built by Alonso Cano, in Gothic style.
As we enter inside, we will be stunned to observe the tall columns without mentioning how tall and majestic their wide dome are!
The chapel of the church itself is spectacular for its complex and dedicated works of art, of breadth of curves and styles. In addition to traveling inside the 4 corridors that lead to its center, we will see that there are several works of art.
The door of San Jerónimo and the one of Perdón constructed by Diego de Siloé, several works in the windows that give a colorful tone to the interior of the church, in addition to the statues of the Catholic monarchy, where the work of Adam and Eve stands out. Along its small chapels we find others such as the figures of Christ, in addition to other treasures well guarded by the church.