It was built in 1739. The architect José Martín de Aldehuela was in charge of the project, which was funded by the archdeacon of Moya, Don Álvaro Carvajal y Lancáster. It is made up of a single nave in the form of a Latin cross, with barrel vaults. Although the building is not very interesting on the outside, the inside is truly beautiful. Amongst other elements, the magnificent Rococo decoration stands out in the side chapels and on the cornices and capitals. It was restored in 1989.
Oratory of San Felipe de Neri
Calle Andrés de Cabrera s/n
16001 Cuenca (Castilla-La Mancha)
Castile-La Mancha Science Museum
A journey into astronomy from Egyptian times to the present day.
Nuestra Señora de Gracia Cathedral
The Cathedral is in Gothic style with clear French influence.
Spanish Museum of Abstract Art
Since 1966 the city of Cuenca has been home to a spectacular…