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Ronda’s first church built after the reconquest of the city by Ferdinand and Isabella, and on the foundations of a Moorish castle.
Christianity and churches in Ronda have a long history, right back to late Roman times. Many of Ronda’s churches are architecturally important.
Built in the 17th century, Santa Cecilia is a glorious baroque church near the main shopping street in Ronda.
A short drive from the centre of the city, the Virgen de la Cabeza is one of the oldest cave churches in Spain.
One of Ronda’s most popular churches, Padre Jesús has a beautiful gothic bell tower and is next to Ocho Caños.
Plaza de Socorro with it’s wonderful parish chuch, water fountain with lions, and the casino building where Blas Infante opened the first Andalusian assembly.
The biggest church in Ronda, not quite a cathedral, but close. Santa Maria is also home to many of the Semana Santa icons.
Run by the Descalzos nuns, the church of mercy also contains a holy relic, the incorrupt hand of St Teresa of Avila