Convento franciscano de San Sebastián

S.XVI-XVIII

A building that fits the needs of every age

The old Hermitage of San Sebastián was built in the 15th century on the outskirts of the Town of Moratalla, on the other side of the wall that protected the town. Following its deterioration, the hermitage was demolished to build a new larger one in the 16th century, when it became a convent for the friars of the Order of Saint Francis. Before the convent was demolished, it was used as a municipal granary and an inn. The original convent doorway can still be seen, combining the late Baroque and colonial styles, as well as the figures of Saint Sebastian and Saint Francis.
Benizar
Calar de la Santa
Cañada de la Cruz
El Sabinar
Moratalla
Castillo de Moratalla
Santuario de la Rogativa
Ayuntamiento
Casona Rueda
Convento franciscano de San Sebastián
Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Asunción
Ermita de Santa Bárbara
Iglesia de la Purísima
Ermita de San Bartolomé
Iglesia de Santa Ana
Rincón florido
Teatro Trieta
Mirador de la Plaza de la Iglesia
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