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This is one of the oldest churches in Ubeda, possibly built in the Visigoth period.
One of the fronts (on Cervantes st.) is Romanesque and the other (Plaza 1 de Mayo) is Isabeline Gothic. The tower is Renaissance. There is a Renaissance fountain attached to the apse.
Inside, the predominant style is late Gothic and outstand the Plateresque grillwork of the chapels.
Until the XV century the city Council used to meet there. The old Town Hall is in the same square in the centre of the old city.
Address: Plaza del 1 de Mayo
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