A lovely old church dating from the 17th century. Wonderful bells at the top of the tower. Easily located not very far from the Alcazaba and Teatro Romano.
This church which belongs to the Augustinian canons is rarely open to the public, other than on holy days, but is well worth a visit, as it is a fine example of a restrained Spanish Catholic church.
The Church of San Agustin is beside the Picasso Museum and dates from the 17th century. The façade is Baroque and the church has three naves. The naves on the sides have five simple altars each. Corinthian pilasters decorate the main nave and give the church elegance. On top of the main altar is a cupola. This main altar is... More
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