An ancient 16th century Dominican convent, baroque in style, which worships the Virgen de Guadalupe, Baena’s patron saint. It has a large central nave, with no crossing, and two side naves, separated by semi-circular arches. The 16th century Mudejar coffered ceiling that covers the main altar is quite remarkable: it is the only one of its kind in the whole province. The polychromed wooden altarpiece from the second third of the 18th century is also impressive. The icon of Cristo de la Sangre is worthy of mentioning, dating back to the 17th century and declared as being a cultural asset to Andalusia in 1988. According to professor Hernández Díaz, “it is a masterly piece”, which must be attributable to the García brothers. 



C/ Virrey Don Joaquín del Pino, s/n,Baena


37.615879547997, -4.3222395849249

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