Las Angustias

Built in 1772 by Juan de Dios Santaella, this rococo style Church is surprising in its reduced size. The polychromatic doorway on two registers has a number of broken lines. Notice the amazing Virgin and Child in a recess and the columns in the form of an inverted pyramid trunk amazingly well worked. The altar is topped by a stunning egg- shaped dome on pendentives. The golden retable has a Pieta from the Granada school (end of the 18C) and two terracotta works by José Risueño.

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calle Río, s/n

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