The church of San Andrés is one of the denominated Fernandina churches of Córdoba. The temple was founded in the 13th century and underwent numerous reforms in the 14th and 15th centuries.
The two sections that precede the main apse of the old building are still preserved, which is a break from the rest of the Fernandina churches, which have only one section. Both the apse and the sections that precede it was covered by Gothic tracery vaults, vaults that were covered in the eighteenth century by arched vaults, leaving today of the primitive only the one that covers the old tabernacle. In that place, a beautiful renaissance altarpiece is placed.
The highlight of the set is the original 1489 façade located on the side of the church, the Renaissance tower and the high altar, the latter work of the Baroque sculptor Pedro Duque Cornejo. It also has an important pictorial heritage with works by the school of Céspedes, Antonio Monroy, Antonio del Castillo, etc.
On April 17, 1985, it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest with the category of the monument. BROTHERHOOD: The sisterhoods of “La Esperanza” and “El Buen Suceso”.
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