This church located on Calle Santiago was built in the Gothic/Mudejar style in the 16th century.
The Commander of the Order of Santiago was Garci Mendez de Sotomayor and he ordered the church to be built in 1503. The church has a rectangular floor plan with three naves. There are octagonal pillars that support pointed arches. The main front door carries an image of Santiago (St. James), the patron saint of Spain. The church has been declared as a National Historic Monument.
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