Church of Our Lady of O
Church and Historic Building in Chipiona
A 16th century building but rebuilt in the 18th century. It is mainly Renaissance with Gothic sculptures and inside are many important pieces of art. Older locals come here to for the spa waters in the church fountain.
The church has been thoroughly altered since it was first built, although it has kept the Isabelline north door from the original Gothic edifice. The Isabelline style, which owes its name to Queen Isabel the Catholic, is characterized by exuberant decoration that mixes Flamboyant influences with Mudéjar features (executed in the Arab tradition).
Other names of Church of Our Lady of O
The Church of Our Lady of O has the following names: Nuestra señora de la o parish.
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