Concepcion de Albox Parish
Plaza San Francisco, 17, 04800 Albox, Almería
Located in the Plaza de San Francisco we find the Parish Church of La Concepción that appeared in the 18th century, inside there were various chapels. But it was presumably ruined, so it was necessary to build a new temple and it still exists today.
Hermitage Sanctuary of the Virgen del Socorro – Tíjola
Travesía del Juego de Pelota, s/n, Tíjola. Almeria
The Hermitage Sanctuary of the Virgen del Socorro, patron saint of the town, is the second temple in importance and breadth. The first data on it date back to 1650. Its successive restorations make it difficult to catalog.
Hermitage of the Cross – Suflí
Ermita de la Cruz. Sufli (Almeria)
The Hermitage of the Cross dates from 1753, has a square floor plan, a pyramidal tile roof with five finials and is small in size. Outside there is a door with a semicircular arch.
Church of San Lorenzo – Chercos
Calle Ermita, 2, 04859 Chercos, Almería
The history of this Church is recent. Initially there was a small hermitage. This mini temple did not have the capacity to accommodate the population, and due to the unanimous desire of the people of Chercos, the construction of a larger and more comfortable Church for all its faithful was carried out. The Church of San Lorenzo is a modern building, rectangular in shape, with three facades and a dividing wall; two doors on the south and east façades; three windows on the north façade and two on the south façade; seven portholes; the exposed wooden roof ends with a…
Sanctuary of the Virgin of the Salient – Albox
Santuario de Nuestra Señora del Saliente - Albox. Almeria
Located on the top of Mount Roel in the Sierra de las Estancias and built in the 18th century, it is the most important architectural jewel with which Albox counts, also declared a historical-artistic monument.
Hermitage of Santa Cruz – Albox
Calle Arrabal de Sta. Bárbara, Albox, Almería
The Santa Cruz that rises in Albox appears in the mid-eighteenth century as a symbol of the Christian presence that had reconquered the territories occupied by the Mohammedans. From that transcendental moment, the image of this cross has decorated the highest hill of these places and regions.
Hermitage of Calvary – Taberno
Calle Calvario, 8 Taberno, Almería
Hermitage whose construction is estimated between 1846 and 1897. Repaired on several occasions, it has an extraordinary situation since it is a natural viewpoint of the urban center of Taberno, rising in the highest area of the same. Place of pilgrimage for the Good Friday Calvary procession since time immemorial. This hermitage is still today the main point of offerings to the patron saint of Taberno, San José.
Parish Church of Santiago – Arboleas
Calle la Iglesia, 1-3. Arboleas. Almeria
It receives the name of Santiago Apóstol, although the Patron is San Roque. The Parish Church of Santiago was built in the mid-19th century by the architects López Rull and Ortiz de Villejos in the neoclassical style.
Hermitage of San Antonio – Albox
Calle Carril 1 - Albox, Almeria
The sacred architecture of Albojense is dominated by notable examples such as the Hermitage of San Antonio, located in the neighborhood of the same name (Barrio de San Antonio or Barrio Alto de Albox) and built on the site of a supposed and ancient Arab mosque (-y conserving in its interior some symbolic paintings of popular type-).
Church of San Roque – Suflí
Plaza de la Constitución, 2-4, Sufli, Almeria
Church of San Roque, dating from the second half of the 16th century, consists of a large central nave with high walls divided into two spaces by a series of columns that delimit a lateral corridor with a lower ceiling that connects the entrance door of the church with the sacristy.
Church of Santa Maria – Albox
Plaza Mayor. Albox-Almeria
The Parochial Temple of Santa María, that in the S. XVIII was under the invocation of the Virgin of the Rosary, was constructed between 1718 and 1728 under the direction of the Masters Juan Lopez de Robles and Alfonso Gutiérrez, with plant of Latin cross; It is covered with vaults and slender cannon dome at the intersection of the cruiser
Hermitage of San Gregorio
Carretera AL-8100, Oria, Almeria
It is said that it was in Oria, Almería, where the first parochial temple of the zone was built, corresponding this one to the Hermitage of San Gregorio Ostiense, after the recovery of the Almanzora by Don Juan de Austria.
Iglesia Parroquial de Santa Maria – Tíjola
Calle San Sebastián, s/n. Tijola. Almeria
The Parish Church of Santa María de Tíjola is a beautiful construction that can be dated around the 17th and 18th centuries. The construction is typical of a Franciscan-type church. It is a nave with a straight head and because if you scratch under the layers of lime that whiten its walls, you can find remains of pictorial decoration with red and black filigree, typical of the decoration of the churches of this order. This has been discovered in the chapel of Los Dolores since inside the dressing room there are paint detachments and the hidden colors behind the layer…
Church-Basilica of Our Lady of the Mercedes – Oria
Plaza Constitucion, 1D, 04810 Oria, Almería
The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mercedes de Oria adopts a similar solution to the Velezan temple, although with smaller size and more simplified decoration. The Basilica of Our Lady of the Mercedes is a rather late example of the Baroque, since it takes place in the second half of the 18th century. This church is located in the center of a large urban space that surrounds it and that constitutes a kind of atrium in which the cover of the feet acts as a point of attraction for the facade. On this cover contrasts the decoration of small…
San José Church – Taberno
Calle de la Constitución, 46 Taberno, Almería
Church from the middle of the 18th century, having its own archive and books from 1769, functioning since that date as a subsidiary church of Vélez Rubio, being served, depending on the periods, by one or two priests, who acted as curates of the church of Vélez Rubio, but it would not be until June 1, 1900 when it became its own parish. The territorial scope that the bishopric of Almería assigned to it when the parish of Taberno was established did not coincide exactly with the municipal term, serve as an example that of the district of Santopetar that…
Parish Church Santa Maria del Rosario – Macael
Calle Garcia Lorca 7. 04867 Macael. Almería
In 1609 the Parish Church Santa María del Rosario was inaugurated, in Mudéjar style. The then Bishop of Almería, D. Fray Juan de Portocarrero, ordered it to be built. From this period the tower and the episcopal coat of arms are preserved.
San Antonio de Padua Parish Church – Partaloa
Plaza de la Constitución, 1, Partaloa, Almeria
The San Antonio de Padua Parish Church is a recently built building that replaces the old church that had to be demolished by the 1973 earthquake.
San Ramón Nonato Parish Church – Zurgena
Plaza de la Iglesia, s/n. Zurgena. Almeria
It was in 1525 when the town of Zurgena acquired the privileges of having its own Church, the San Ramón Nonato Parish Church, and thus being able to form a parish.
Church of the Annunciation – Seron
Iglesia Seron, Almeria
Construction of the 17th century declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument in 1983, where the two architectural traditions of that time converge in the area, the Mudejar, heir to the Islamic tradition, and the Christian. Its interior is diaphanous, rectangular in shape, formed by three naves separated by slender pillars that give the building noble proportions.
Hermitage of San Roque – Suflí
Ermita San Roque. Sufli (Almeria)
Visitors can see the Hermitage of San Roque that was built long before 1753, the hermitage has a rectangular plan.
Hermitage of Calvary – Zurgena
Calle Calvario 17. Zurgena (Almeria)
It was built between 1874 and 1878. The “Virgencica del Calvario” is housed in it. The fact of building the Hermitage in that place is justified because the "Virgencica" appeared to a shepherd on the mound of Calvary.
Parish Church San Ramon Nonato – Laroya
Calle de la Estación, 1-3. Laroya. Almeria
The Parroquial Church San Ramón Nonato is an excellent work of great neoclassic purity and remarkable balance of volumes that stands out among the traditional village of the rest of the town. It was built in the second half of the seventeenth century, the architect Antonio Munar working on its construction, although the name of the architect who designed it is unknown.
Church of San Sebastian – Olula del Rio
Calle de San Sebastian, 2-10. Olula del Rio. Almeria
The Church of San Sebastián is neoclassical in style and was built between 1780 and 1789 by Ventura Rodríguez. It has a Greek cross plan; the central space is occupied by a vaulted dome.
Church of Los Llanos – Taberno
Iglesia de Calle los Llanos, Taberno
Church built with devotion to the Virgen del Carmen, if this church stands out for something, it is for the singularity of its procession, since it does not have a route or an approximate duration, because it is a procession to bid (auction). It is a normal procession, with the difference that there are some stewards, who change every year and who welcome the position with affection and devotion, are in charge of directing the procession. These mayordomos take out a puja (bet) who is going to take the virgin out of the church 30 euros to fuck the virgin!!…
Parish Church of Santa Maria – Chercos
Calle de la Estación, 2 - Chercos Viejo, Chercos, Almeria
The construction of the Santa María Parish Church began at the beginning of the 16th century (1505), but over time it underwent several restorations, the last one being carried out in the 19th century.
The Hermitage – Cantoria
Calle Ermita, 2-8. Cantoria. Almeria
The Hermitage is located on top of a hill, a permanent witness to the evolution of the town of Cantoria, Almería, indolently traverses the passing of the years.
Church of San Gines – Purchena
Calle General Rade, s/n, Purchena, Almeria
Its construction began around 1550 by the architect Juan de Orea, and did not end until the immediate dates of the rebellion of the Moors. Its style is Renaissance with notorious influences of the Mudejar Granada. It consists of three naves separated by two arcades that are supported by stone columns of oval section.
Santa Maria Church – Lijar
Plaza de la Paz, s/n , Lijar, Almeria
The Church of Santa María was built between 1530 and 1550. Its primitive construction consisted of three equal naves, with two rows of arches and its side walls made of stone and lime, and much of it made of mud, although a flood at the end of the s. XIX forced its reconstruction.
Parish Church of Santa Maria – Urracal
Calle del Pilar, s/n, Urrácal. Almeria
The Church of Santa María is one of the most famous artistic treasures of the municipality of Urrácal. It has an irregular floor plan with a central nave and two lateral ones with six chapels dedicated to San José, image of the school of Salzillo, Las Ánimas, La Virgen del Rosario, San Antonio - Our Lady of Fátima - Santa Teersa, Our Lady of Sorrows and Our Father Jesus.
Church of San Sebastian – Sierro
Calle del Sol, s/n. Sierro. Almeria
The Church of San Sebastian is a unique nave structure covered by a barrel vault, and the roof with pine beams of the country and Arab tile.
Hermitage of the remedios – Seron
Ermita de los Remedios. Seron, Almeria
Neoclassical construction of the 19th century, with a rectangular floor plan and a single nave. It has a very sober exterior and an interior that stands out for its simplicity and beauty. Located next to the square that bears his name, its ornamentation is articulated by means of a succession of pilasters of Ionic order united by blind arches of half a point and supporting entablatures, on which the barrel vault is flung with lunettes finished in oculi. After the main arch opens the main chapel, where is the image of the patron, the "Virgen de los Remedios", which is…
Church of the Assumption – Olula del Rio
Calle Iglesia Nueva, s/n, Olula del Rio, Almeria
The Church of the Assumption has a capacity of between 2,000 and 3,000 people. It consists of a central nave for worship, a choir, which was made with latticework over the main altar, a circulation space for the different services of the Church and a space for spiritual retreat.