This 18th-century church, in the Baroque style, was one of those that suffered the most during the Spanish Civil War. However, its structure withstood the bombings quite well.
That this church is still standing speaks to the enormous effort of the neighbours to build and sustain it from the beginning, as shortly after its construction was finished, it suffered significant damage due to a problem with its foundations, which did not withstand the pressure that the vault placed on the buttresses.
In the Civil War, it almost completely lost all its ornamental elements, which were rebuilt during the 1940s. Its last restoration was in 1999.