This religious building is located in front of the Silk Exchange.
It rises like a hermitage on top of the old mosque in 1240, rebuilding in the 14th and 16th centuries because of the fires. It will be at the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th when it will contemplate its definitive aspect, with a Baroque appearance. The exterior began to be reformed in 1700. The central sculpture of the Virgen del Rosario stands out from the façade facing the Plaza del Mercado. Above it is the clock tower, flanked by the two Santos Juanes and the weather vane at the top of the facade, known as the Pardal de Sant Joan.
How many aligned square windows can you count under the clock tower?