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Church of Santiago

The Parish Church of Santiago Apostle, built between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, stands out for its neoclassical style, evident in its facade. Inside, the impressive 18th-century Baroque altarpiece by Diego de Camporredondo stands out, as well as the 14th-century Gothic image of the Cristo de las Maravillas from the original church. It also houses important relics, including a lignum crucis. The austere facade combines baroque and neoclassical elements, with a central niche containing an image of St. James the Apostle. It presents two twin side portals, simple in their design. The interior is majestic, in baroque style, with three naves of equal height and a Latin cross plan.


  • Address
    Pl. del Raso, Calahorra, La Rioja
  • Web
  • Visiting Hours
    Every day from 10:00 to 20:30.
  • What to see
    Lignum crucis

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