Baroque Granada

Baroque Granada

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In the 17th and 18th centuries Granada was the centre of Andalusian Baroque architecture, which can clearly be seen in the façade of the city’s Cathedral, whose building works started during the Renaissance, the Sacristy and Tabernacle of Cartuja.

This city has a long and rich religious legacy, which is reflected in many Baroque churches: Iglesia de Santos Justo y Pastor, Iglesia de la Magdalena, Iglesia de las Angustias, Iglesia del Perpetuo Socorro, Iglesia de Santo Domingo (whose precious baldachin near the main altar was sculpted by Rodríguez Navajas), the Hospital de San Juan de Dios, Iglesia de los Hospitalicios, Iglesia de San Ildefonso, the Convento de Nuestra Señora de Gracia and the Colegiata del Sacromonte.



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