Capilla de San Roque

Chapel founded in the 16th century by Alonso López Navia y Bolaño. After several renovations and a transfer of a few meters, the current building is presented as a historicist construction, in the neo-Gothic style.

It is a small building, with a rectangular floor plan, with a single nave and a straight head, with a pointed vaulted roof with edges.

On the main façade, it has a central axis that has a pointed arch on the lower level, with the access door, on which there is an oculus and a bell tower, with a pointed hole on each flank, topped with a spire .

On each side of this axis there are pointed windows in the neo-Gothic style on the main façade.

Inside it has an altarpiece from the late seventeenth-early eighteenth century, in the Churrigueresque style.


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