One of the most original examples of Grenadian Renaissance. It was built in the sixteenth century by Diego de Siloam, according to some sources. Inside, a single nave, highlights its main chapel covered with a Baida vault, decorated with polychrome representations of the Eternal Father, the apostles and evangelists.
Of great interest is its extraordinary side cover, decorated with iconographic motif of the Annunciation and in which two arches between paired columns, all topped with a pediment, holding the imperial shield. Source: http://www.aytoloja.org