One of the most interesting modernist buildings in Madrid, it is located in the centre of the city near Plaza de Santo Domingo and Callao. After careful restoration, now its marvellous interior can be appreciated. The building is a clear record of the masterpiece of Madrid Modernism: the group of buildings that Francisco García Nava built for the Eastern Necropolis.
The exterior stands out due to a blend of styles: Neo-Gothic, Neo-Múdejar and even Neo-Nasrid. The interior has only one nave, divided into two parts and a square apse covered with an octagonal ribbed vault with a central lamp. At the foot of the building, where the entrance is, there is a high choir, nuanced with colour from the Modernist stained-glass windows. In one of the chapels, we find the Merciful Virgin Mary, with a group of sculptures from the first half of 17th century.