Corpus Christi church. XVI Century. Granada. Spain
The Hospitalicos Church is also known by the nickname of the Corpus Christi church and is located in the historic center of Granada, as is the famous Elvira street, which begins or ends as you look through the Puerta or Arco de Elvira, in the zone that is denominated by the own grenadines like the Zone of Boilermaking.
It is a church of Baroque style dating from the sixteenth century, and has a rectangular floor distributed in three naves. It has a tall tower-bell tower attached to the temple. The interior is very interesting because it is very ornamented, everything from the vaults to the walls.
Stresses that was the place chosen to celebrate last year 2009 the exhibition "Tolle Lege: Augustinian Commemorative Exhibition", since it is a temple that belongs to the congregation of Augustinian Recollects
December 27th, 2018
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