THE CHURCH OF SAINT PETER
This churh is an old convent of Dominican that was constructed between 1.543 and 1.548. It is dedicated to Saint Peter and it has added work of centuries XVII and XVIII with a very interesting cover that responds to the adaptation that became for the parochial church in 1.854.
It consists of a nave with five sections and polygonal chapel. Its inner decoration is with pilasters and the cornice is of inspiration in the ionic order. It conserves in its interior the pantheon of the Urriés, of 1.615, whose position was constructed the temple. I
n his inner one it conserves the romanesque image of century XII of Our Lady of Casbas, the Christ of the Sayetas, in addition to a set of altarpieces of century XVII and a Museum of Sacred Art that has interesting pieces of religious craftsmanship in precious metals.