Triunfo de la Inmaculada

The Triunfo de la Inmaculada is a monument located in the Plaza de Capuchinos. The Capuchin Fathers contracted the sculptor Antonio del Castillo to build it in 1697. The monument was finished in 1705. The monument consists of a tall Corinthian column with the sculpture of the Virgen de la Inmaculada on top of the column. The sculpture of the Virgin is made of alabaster and was made by an anonymous artist. The Virgin’s cape seems to be blowing in the wind. The Capuchin Fathers had this sculpture of the Virgin in their convent before this. The monument is an important Baroque masterpiece.