The parish of Santiago of style Gothic - Spanish Muslim living under Christian rule, it began in 1503, for García Méndez's testamentary disposition of Sotomayor, the Commander of the Order of Santiago. Traditionally it has been considered to be a former Jewish synagogue, but possibly in his construction the materials of the at the time one re-wire in use newly demolished old San Mateo's temple, where really the former synagogue and mosque could be. The church is of the rectangular plant, presents three ships divided by props octogonales that support pointed arches of brick with alfiz. Three ships cover with artesonado reconstructed being still the model of the original one. Today, decorated in harmony with the Mudejar style of the rest of the temple, there is venerated in her the Christ of the Column, work of the celebrated Sevillian sculptor Pedro Roldán, realized in the 17th century, and Our Lady of the Hope.

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