It appears in history as the first Christian temple to be built in the town, constructed in the 16th century by the Marquis of Villena. Its main structure is still preserved in an original way, which stands out for its Arabic coffered ceiling.
The rest of the building has undergone renovations and extensions over the years, but inside one can still see its original wooden roofs as well as the reliefs of the shields that have passed through its history.
The side door corresponds to the original entrance to the church and contains different embossed shields inscribed on it.
It is currently declared a Site of Cultural Interest.
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