Although it is a building which belongs to the XVIth century, the current aspect is due to alterations undergone in the XVIIIth century.
Access can be gained to it through a monumental façade whose arch is made up of a perfect semicircle. It is supported on stone columns. The building is in brick and mud wall works. It is made up of an only nave divided into three rectangular sections. The titular image belongs to Adrián Álvarez (XVIth century).
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