Iglesia de la Conversión de San Pablo

Iglesia de la Conversión de San Pablo | Source: Text: Ayuntamiento de Cádiz. Photo: Destino Cádiz.

The little Church of the Conversion of San Pablo was part of a charity house founded in 1680 by Bishop Juan de la Isla.

Its present appearance was designed a century later by Torcuato Benjumeda in the year 1787. It is rectangular with a single nave divided into three sections by Doric pilasters.

The interior altarpieces stand out where you can see the wood carving of the Christ “Ecce Homo”, attributed to the sculptor José Montes de Oca (1730) and the carving of la Inmaculada Concepcion done by the same author (1719) or the Virgen del Sagrario, dated to the mid-18th century.

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