The Church of San Miguel Arcangel is an 18th-century temple built with a Mudejar and Baroque dome plant. It is located in Villaluega del Rosario city centre, next to the Alameda. Inaugurated on November 21, 1733, a document refers to it citing it several centuries before.
It is composed of three ships separated by cylindrical columns.
The simple facade hides in its interior an impressive sobriety. It has very venerated carvings such the Virgen del Rosario, the Crucificado and a sculpture of the Niño Jesús dating back to the 18th century. It is necessary to highlight the chapel of the baptismal font with baroque decoration.
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