Church of St Agustín
It was originally a XVIth century convent. The façade is baroque style, the tower illustrates the miter of San Agustín and inside it has very plain ornaments. Its altar is neo-plateresque style and it has two sculptures; one of San Agustín and the other one of Santa Mónica, his mother.
It was closed during the day when we passed by.
But we got some shots at night.