Basilica of the Immaculate: Main temple of the city, built between 1775 and 1868 under very elegant neoclassical canons, and more awareness among the population as a “New Church”. Grand and monumental, the building has a Latin cross plan with three naves separated by semicircular arches, ambulatory, chapels between the buttresses and semispherical dome Peralta on the cruise, the latter element, decorated with spiral in blue and white glazed tiles, is the most representative of the group and today is a symbol for the city.
Santuario del Castillo: Chairing the entire city from a lofty vantage, the temple built in the nineteenth century on an earlier shrine, sacred place from the Reconquista of Yecla and even today, an important pilgrimage center for all yeclanos and people of the region The church has a nave, side chapels and main altar, where they worship the image of Nuestra Senora del Castillo (patron saint of the city).
Iglesia de San Francisco: Built by the Franciscans at the end of XVI highlights the magnificent chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows (XVIII), a Baroque jewel of Levantine with admirable tiles and columns.
Ermita de San Roque: Temple Mudejar nave with arches and handcrafted wood manufactures, dated early in the XVI is the oldest of Yecla.
Iglesia del Nino Jesus: Work of the nineteenth century built over an ancient shrine, as charted by Justo Millan, both the inside and the facade, from which emerge the graceful central tower, still a Byzantine-style ornamentation.
Iglesia de Nuestra Senora de los Dolores: Temple Murcian caracteristic Baroque (XVIII), popularly known as “hospital.”

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