Iglesia de Santa Marina
The eighth-century church is the oldest temple in the city, built on a mosque and commemorating the day that Fernando III entered Andújar. Originally built in the Gothic style, it underwent important transformations in the first half of the seventeenth century at the hand of the master builder of the Bishopric of Jaén, Juan de Aranda y Salazar, by order of the then Bishop Baltasar Moscoso y Sandoval. Asset of Cultural Interest 2010. Located on Calle Santa Marina.