Divino Salvador

A Roman Segur carved in a marble plaque, along with a family shield Mendoza can be seen on its inner side. We continue the street until you reach the Church parish of the Divino Salvador built on an ancient mosque, it is a church of basilical plant with apse composed of three naves, being higher than the lateral central and rectangular. The architectural complex consists of two perfectly different parts that correspond to two stages of its construction: the header gotico-mudejar in the 14th century and an expansion in gotico-tardio of late 16th century and early 17th century. We will continue our journey by calle Ramon y Cajal where we find the Church of the convent of the conception and the famous Arch of the nuns. The Church is the so-called drawer, being able to highlight your home of Renaissance style, the spherical dome erected over the main Chapel and vaulted Crypts of the founders.

Today, typically used to assemble cultural exhibitions, so with luck you can find you any existing. We will continue our journey through the streets of the Castle, Trafalgar, alley of Carrion and finally calle de San Juan to lead to the Plaza of Spain with its Arco de la Villa. This square has its origins in the 16th century when the city overflowing the walled enclosure. During the centuries XVI and XVII was place intended for the celebration of the different bullfighting at the initiative of the Noblemen and gentlemen of amount of Vejer. Throughout history has been changing name when this always identified with the existing political regime, among them: Plaza of the Villa del Rey, Plaza de la Constitucion, Plaza de la Republica to finally be called Plaza of Spain. A fountain in the center of the square, made with Seville tiles, was built in 1957 and since then it is popularly known as Plaza of the fried fish. To finish the tour, we will continue from the Plaza of Spain by the Corredera Street reaching our starting point in the Avenida de los Remedios.