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Iglesia de la Natividad

Iglesia de la Natividad

This fifteenth-century church is typically Renaissance in style. The large temple has a central nave that ends in a ribbed vault where the main altar is presided over by an altarpiece from 1961, the work of Mariano Piñar Ferrer helped by his disciple, a native of Villanueva called Juan María Medina Ayllón. The previous altarpiece from the Alonso Berruguete School, probably from Sebastián Solís, was burned during the Spanish Civil War. It consists of two lateral naves separated by four columns from the central one, and a chapel, “La Del Rosario”, in the Andalusian Rococo style. Located in Plaza de la Constitución.

Location of Iglesia de la Natividad


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