Located adjacent to the cathedral, the Church of the Sagrario was built around 1488. Completely remodeled at the start of the 18th century, it is decorated with rich gothic embellishments. On both the alcoves and columns are statues of the Virgin Mary and the Angel of Annunciation, the Evangelists, and the four Fathers of the western church. Compared to other churches, the Church of the Sagrario is fairly small, possessing only one nave. This, however, does not affect the presence of impressive artwork in the church. The main altarpiece has sculptures explaining the lives of Saint Peter and Saint Paul and also includes other sculptures such as the Apostles, the Crowned Virgin, Piety, Calvary, and Eternal Father.
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