With its striking facade of brick towers with images of Christ resting throughout the entire church, this convent is situated in such a geographical point that it offers a fair balance between nature and architectural beauty.
Popularly known as the Convent of the Annes, it belongs to the Dominican Order of Murcia and has its origin in the 15th century, although the property underwent several renovations throughout its history.
Currently, the Church is the only part that is open to the public and is characterized by the simplicity of its structures. Inside its interior, the plasterwork and blue decoration stand out, highlighting the architectural lines of the vaults.
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