Iglesia de Santa Ana

The church is erected in 1537 as the seat of the parish of the same name, by Diego of Siloam, the most renowned artist of that time in the area. It was placed on the site where once stood the mosque Almanzora. It consists of basically one ship with side chapels, chancel and sacristy. The tower was built between 1561 and 1563 by John Castellar and is like the rest of the temple in brick, very slender, with four hollow sections. The church has five chapels on each side of the nave. Internally it has priceless artistic elements with interesting sculptures in the chapels. It has also notable preserved paintings on its walls, work from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. 

Opening hours: during the mass

Mass hours in summer: Monday 19:00 Tuesday - Friday 18:00

Saturday 18:00. Sundays and holidays 11:30 (and 18:00 in winter).

View on Iglesia de Santa Ana from Plaza Nueva
View on Iglesia de Santa Ana from Plaza Nueva

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