Iglesia del Salvador
The Iglesia de El Salvador (or church of El Salvador) is one of the oldest temples in Baeza. In Mudejar Gothic style, the building that gives unity to the building dates from the 15th century but has been renovated steadily until the present day. They wanted to return it to its original appearance in the 20th century. Its large Romanesque doorway is especially striking with its three-pointed archivolts and the heads of angels, which are somewhat rudimentary. The interior is distributed with a basilica plan divided into three naves of Gothic-Mudejar style. The main altar with its baroque altarpieces and the Mudejar wooden armour, decorated with Grecas, inscriptions and stars, stands out. The interior of the Church of El Salvador houses quality sculptures, highlighting the marble bas-relief of the Virgin of Val de Haro or the carving of the Christ of Humility.