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Located in Plaza Santo Domingo ,the impressive building which dates from the 16th Century and is noted for its large stone portico with arched columns which feature the initials and shields of Ferdinand and Isabella.
The interior is amazing, especially the depiction of the last supper on the right as you enter. Opening hours for the interior are understandably limited, so make sure you try and adjust your day to fit in a visit - you won't be disappointed!
Iglesia de Santo Domingo was established in 1512 and presents an original facade consisting of a portico with three arches with frescoes decorating the portico. Otherwise the attractive stone has mercifully been left unwhitewashed. A mix of styles: Gothic and Baroque.
This church is usually only snapped in tourist pictures from the outside, but it is definitely worth a visit for a Sunday mass. The interior is decorated in several different styles such as Baroque and Gothic. With all the beautiful paintings decorating the walls, it...More
In front of the church there is a small plaza with the statue of Fray Luis de Granada. He was a Dominican priest and writer. The bronze statue was made in 1910 by Pablo Loyzaga. The church was constructed in 1512 and was part of...More