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Conceptionist Nun Convent and Church

Avenida Liderato Azorín
Yecla

Spanish name: Iglesia-Convento Monjas Concepcionistas

Iglesia-Convento Monjas Concepcionistas Building completed in 1875 after  nine months of construction works. This historical site is comprised of two buildings: convent and church.
 
The Conceptionist Nun Convent is rectangular, with a double gallery cloister. The ground floor has a hall, visit room, chapter room, nursing facility, refectory, pantries, kitchen, sanctuary, vestry and lower choir. The first floor has 32 reflection cells, each named after a Franciscan Order saint. On the facade, there is an emblem from the Royal Order of Charles III of Spain.
 
As for the Conceptionist Nun Church, it is a single-floor, rectangular neogothic building comprised of six section, with ribbed vault and presbitery.
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Iglesia-Convento Monjas Concepcionistas
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Iglesia-Convento Monjas Concepcionistas

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