Hermitage of the Sang Posted June 2, 2013


Religious building of Gothic primitive style, which origin it is necessary to place environment to the second half of the 13th century since it belongs to the Gothic style called of Reconquest; known hereby for being dedicated by the own Jaume I. From the 13th century to the 16th century it was Castalla’s Church until with the construction of the current Church he happened to be Ermita, headquarters of the Confraternity of the Sang and depositary of the image of the Virgin of the Loneliness, Mistress of the locality.

His style belongs to the primitive Gothic with an authentic central ship formed by enormous ogival arches, formeros and lateral chapels located between buttresses. The ceiling is of artesonado.

In 1.436 it was extended in two bodies as consequence of the great increase of population who experienced Castalla in that epoch. Later, in the 18th century a dressing room added rococo for custody of the image of the Virgin.

Schedule you visit: On Sundays of 16,30h. – 18,00h.Schedule of Worship. The groups can coordinate the visit calling to the Parish.

I boast: Free
Tel: 965 56 05 19

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