The Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán is the most important religious monument in Bornos. There is not an accurate record of when exactly it was built. However, it is believed that it must have been around the late 15th or the early 16th century.
It mixes two styles: a primitive Gothic style, which has been renovated over the centuries; and baroque, that ended up occupying the whole Church.
The façade is very simple, with Neoclassical elements. It houses the most valuable piece of the Church from an archaeological point of view: a stone on which is written “There were the relics of the holy martyrs San Tomé, San Dionisio, San Cosme and San Daniel, Santa Afra, San Sebastián and San Sabas”.
In the interior, the Sagrario Chapel stands out, where the statue of the patron saint of the town lays: Nuestra Señora del Rosario.
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