Iglesia parroquial de San Cristóbal el Real

Church built in the 19th century with a project by the architect Lucas María Palacios, on a previous Romanesque-style construction. It presents a mixture of styles, from the Neo-Romanesque of the main portal to the Neo-Baroque of the tower, passing through modernist details in the decoration of the interior.

Inside it has three naves, the central one being wider and taller, covered with a barrel vault. It has a flat head and a marked transept on the ground. At the foot it has an open portico formed by semicircular arches, the central arch being larger, on which there is an image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The bell tower starts from the last section of the naves.

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