Our Lady of the Assumption’s Church

This is one of the most emblematic buildings in the town, Asset of Cultural Interest as Monument since 2003. Its neoclassical style dates from 18th century, although it has medieval origins. It is located in Cadenas square and the main façade is remarkable thanks to the silver grotesque decoration by Hernán Ruiz I, architect known by his work at the Cathedral of Cordoba, inside the old Mosque.

Churches and Hermitages in La Rambla