Iglesia de San Pedro ad Vincula, Madrid

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The Church of St Peter ad Vincula is a church located in Villa de Vallecas district in Madrid . It was declared Bien de Interés Cultural in 1995.The design of the building is attributed to the well-known architect Juan de Herrera. It was built towards the end of the sixteenth century and replaced an earlier church on the same site.
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  • My parish at Vallecas
  • It was built on a previous Church and the construction is from different periods. It has been restored several times and is now under construction. The Church has two entrances and the tower can be seen from afar since the buildings in the area are not high. On the main altar, the work of Francisco Ricci is wonderful. It has a very good natural light. On the main facade there is a plaque dedicated to Juan Malasaña who was baptized on it. Both the interior and the exterior are a jewel to be seen.

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