Parish of Santa Quiteria

Religious heritage

Parish of Santa Quiteria

Listed as an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC).

The increase in population experienced by the town in the fifteenth century, passing the thousand neighbors, and urban growth towards the north of the town led to the construction of a new parish, producing in 1511 the territorial division of Alcazar between Santa Maria and Santa Quiteria.

The construction begun in the 15th century soon became too small and in the second half of the 16th century it was decided to enlarge it based on plans drawn up by a disciple of Juan de Herrera, builder of El Escorial.

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lunes, martes, miercoles, jueves, viernes, sabado, domingo

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Archaeological sites in Gracia Street (Access to the Palace Chapel)

In the Gracia Street site, remains of civilizations that throughout history inhabited the area that is currently Alcázar de San Juan were discovered….

Marmurán Gallery

Marmurán is a space for art, which offers its headquarters to all those interested in art and collecting….

Isidro Parra Foundation

The Isidro Parra Foundation was created from the express wish of the artist Isidro Parra with all his legacy: paintings, engravings, sculptures, graphic and editorial…

José Luis Samper Museum

José Luis Samper, Favorite Son of Alcázar de San Juan, has been able to capture through his brushes a La Mancha land almost unknown nowadays….

Manchego Costume Museum

Managed by the Cultural Association of Choirs and Dances, and located at its headquarters, this Museum exhibits different complete costumes on mannequins, the representative clothing…

La Mancha D.O. La Mancha Wine Museum and Interpretation Center

The Wine Interpretation Center is located at the headquarters of the DO La Mancha. Its facilities are divided into three floors….

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