Founded in the 16th century by the Catholic Kings, it is considered one of the most interesting churches in the city. It was part of the "St. Cruz la Real" Monastery, where the Tribunal of the "Holy Inquisition" celebrated its sessions and where for centuries, noble families of Granada were buried.
The interior of the temple has a Latin cross floor plan with five chapels on each side covered with vaults. It is decorated with Baroque style elements. The vaults and arches are built according to the Gothic style, although, the columns, windows, cornices and the main door are Roman style. Before the entrance there is a porticoe made of stone with three semicircular arches supported by Doric columns. On the spandrels there are carved the initials of the Catholic King and Queen and their shield as well as that of the Emperor Carlos V and the motto "Tanto monta" in the middle.
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