Iglesia de San Andrés

Temple of the 16th century promoted by Rodriigo González de la Rúa y Cienfuegos, a personage linked to the court. The Renaissance-style temple was renovated at the beginning of the 20th century, when the neo-Gothic domed bell tower was added.

Inside, it has a nave to which several side chapels open, ending in a semi-octagonal apse.

Inside there is an image of the Virgen del Avellano, from the Gothic period. The main altarpiece is from the 16th century, in the mannerist style and the side altarpieces are from the 17th and 18th centuries.


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