At the corner of Calle Agua and Calle Victoria, there is a little chapel called the Capilla de Calle Agua. The chapel is very small and honors Nuestro Padre Jesús del Rescate and María Santísima de Gracia. Both statues are beautiful. The chapel was inaugurated in 1800 and was constructed by José Miranda. The style of the chapel is Baroque and the floor plan is an irregular polygon, with a semi-spherical vaulted ceiling that has plaster decorations. The statues were the work of the sculptor from Seville Castillo Lastrucci and are of polychromed wood that were made in the 1950's. The original statues were lost in the Civil War. These statues are used in the Holy Week processions. The chapel was restored in 1897,1938, 1981, and 2002. In 2009 the chapel was declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
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