Baroque Churches

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Monumental altars, profuse decorations, colossal domes and images of great artistic-historic value make these churches a must for all those interested in exploring 17th and 18th century art and discovering styles, such as churrigueresco or the Baroque evolution.

In the heart of the Preciados shopping area stands this lovely seventeenth-century church.

The grave of San Isidro, patron saint of the city is located in the interior of the old cathedral of Madrid.

A little-known but stunning Baroque church whose interior is decorated entirely with wonderful frescoes.

The church of Our Lady of Montserrat is one of the finest examples of baroque architecture in the city of Madrid and is located in Conde Duque..

Notable example of Madrid Baroque style, the temple can be visited where Sol / Gran Vía meet.

The church, which stands in the Literary Quarter, contains a magnificent altarpiece by José Benito de Churriguera.

In Hapsburg Madrid we find one of the finest examples of Spanish Baroque.

The parish church of San Marcos is a charming little baroque church very near Conde Duque.

Monumental basilica that stands out for its majestic dome and the decorative paintings of Zurbarán and Goya.

A multifunctional and modern complex for the citizen, dedicated to architecture.

Built in 1669, this magnificent church is one of the main icons of Baroque architecture in Madrid.

With a magnificent entrance, this church is considered a jewel of the Madrid Baroque, in the heart of Malasaña.

Interesting representation of the Madrid Baroque period, this church located in the Austrias district dates back to the seventeenth century.


This imposing church and the Royal Palace nearby form one of Madrid’s most popular tourist attractions.

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