Behind Hispanidad Fountain stands the church of San Juan de los Panetes. The ancient building probably stood on one of the towers of the Roman wall, but it was pulled down and in 1725 the present building was erected. It is made of brick and has an octagonal tower. In 1935 there was a fire and most of its altarpieces were burnt. This church has one quite curious visual characteristic: it leans to one side. This is due to the poor quality of materials used and to the sun, because after completion the side where the sun first shone dried first. However it is closed to the public.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious