Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum

Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum
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The Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum was erected after the Christian Conquest of the city, and a first refurbishment was undertaken during the reign of Pedro I of Castille (Pedro el Justiciero) after the earthquake in 1355, in the prevailing Gothic-Mudéjar style.

The main façade, on the Calle Feria, dates from the second half of the 13th century, and features a stone-carved frontage. Also on the façade and above the lintel over the door there is a magnificent Mudéjar bay.

To the right and adjacent to the Parish Church, there is an Almohad minaret tower that was part of the old mosque and subsequently included in the belfry and adorned by a tilework spire.

The church has a square floor plan consisting of three naves with five sections each.

On the Main Altar there is a shrine made in 1940 with Nuestra Señora Reina de Todos los Santos, the patron saint of the parish and greatly revered throughout the city.

The Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum is the headquarters of the penitentiary brotherhoods of Los Javieres and El Carmen Doloroso.

Weekdays: 10am to 1pm and 7.30pm to 9pm. Tuesdays: 8pm to 9pm. Sundays: 10am to 1pm

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Real Parroquia de Omnium Sanctorum
Calle Peris Mencheta, 2, 41002
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Church (Other Visits)


Holy Week, All year


40 minutos aproximadamente

Open to visitors