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Collegiate church of San Miguel

The Collegiate Church of San Miguel de Alfaro, located in Plaza España, is a masterpiece of Aragonese Baroque from the 17th century. Its brick façade, flanked by two 50-meter-high towers, displays impressive architecture with large arcades and monumental portals. Inside, with a rectangular floor plan, there are three naves of equal height, supported by brick pillars and semicircular arches that support the vaults. The Collegiate Church houses a series of chapels dedicated to different devotions, as well as remarkable works of art, such as the altarpiece of San Miguel Arcángel and the choir, which stands out for its beauty and artistic richness.

The Collegiate Church of San Miguel de Alfaro is a monument of great importance, both for its architecture and for its valuable artistic heritage. Its façade, towers and altarpieces show the mastery of Aragonese Baroque, while inside you can admire the works of outstanding sculptors and craftsmen of the time. The choir, with its monumental wrought-iron balustrade, and the sacristy, which preserves very valuable pieces such as a 17th-century ivory crucifix, stand out. The Collegiate Church is a testimony to the cultural and spiritual wealth of Alfaro and attracts visitors for its architectural beauty and its historical and religious significance.


  • Address
    Pl. de España, s/n Alfaro
  • Web
  • Visiting Hours
    From Tuesday to Sunday from 11:00 to 13:00. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday from 18:00 to 20:00
  • What to see
    17th-century ivory crucifix

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