The Church of San Miguel de los Navarros is located at Calle San Miguel, 52. The church started off as a Romanesque church and a new Mudejar nave was added in the 14th century. There is one original nave and the apse is polygonal in shape, with five sides. The exterior has plenty of Mudejar decoration. The new construction added a new lateral nave. The tower is square shaped in cross section and has three parts, with the two upper parts having profuse decoration. It is topped with a spire from the 18th century. There is a beautiful main altar designed by Damian Forment in the Renaissance style. The retable is made of polychromed wood. The interior of the church was remodeled in the 17th century to have a Baroque design. The choir is exceptionally beautiful with its Baroque design. Over the main door there is a stone sculpture of St. Michael conquering the devil, using the Baroque style. It is located in a niche over the door.
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