16th-18th century. Currently no services are held here. Closed to the public. The Dominican convent of Santa Catalina Mártir was founded on May 8th, 1558, at the request of  Don Juan Téllez Girón, who died the next day. The church was built during the 17th century, although the structure was transformed in the 18th century.

The sacristy of the church is located opposite the entrance door and is covered by a base of 18th century tiles, of the same type used in ‘la Encarnación’ monastery, displaying scenes of hunting and bullfighting.

Closed to the public. 




C/ Sevilla,Osuna


37.23760217128, -5.1050151014767

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