Location: Alsina and Defensa
Construction began in 1730 and was inaugurated in 1754. The facade was restyled in the early 20th Century creating the German baroque style that it has today. The front is decorated with statues representing St. Francis of Assisi, Giotto, Dante Alighieri, and Christopher Columbus. Part of its interior decoration and the main altarpiece disappeared with the fire of 1955. In order to repair the altar one of the world’s largest tapestry was placed there measuring 8 by 12 mts. In the interior, the polychrome wood statues from the eighteenth century should be highlighted.