Templete de la Virgen de los Dolores

Interesting
The strange Chapel of the Sufferings of the Virgin is made up of a simple open roof up against a wall and borne by two pillars and two small columns. On each pillar there are four emaciated bodies holding the roof up with their arms and with a rope around their necks; notice the expression of these half-human, half fantastic silhouettes. The chapel was renovated in 1734 on the site where the gallows used to stand.

Useful information

Nearby tourist attractions

Plaza de toros
Plaza de toros
Built in 1785, the arenas are among the
Puente Nuevo
Puente Nuevo
An exceptional architectural work, this
0:30
Arab Baths
Arab Baths
These baths were built at the end of the
Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra
Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra
This small palace is quite typical of
1:00
The old town of Ronda
The old town of Ronda
The heart of the old Moorish town, which
1:30
Museo Lara
Museo Lara
Housed within the Palacio de los Condes
See all

Other ideas « Patrimony »

Plaza de toros
Plaza de toros
Built in 1785, the arenas are among the
Puente Nuevo
Puente Nuevo
An exceptional architectural work, this
0:30
Arab Baths
Arab Baths
These baths were built at the end of the
See all

Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra
Palace of the Marqués de Salvatierra
This small palace is quite typical of
1:00
Museo Lara
Museo Lara
Housed within the Palacio de los Condes
Palacio de Mondragón - Museo de Ronda
Palacio de Mondragón - Museo de Ronda
This palace is a mix of the Mudejar
1:30
See all