23. San Agustín Church and Cultural Centre

Built as a convent temple of the former Augustinian convent of Nuestra Señora De Gracia (Our Lady of Grace) - Currently San Agustín Cultural Centre, it is the home of Villa de La Orotava Municipal School of Music and Dance; As well as an Art School and Exhibition Hall -, built in the 17th century under the patronage of the most powerful families of the town, it excels for the harmonious combination of the late baroque style of its facade and the Mudejar component that extends in the other parameters of a church that also stands out by an accentuated sense of verticality, which makes it visible from distant places within the municipality. In its interior, of basilical-shaped layout divided into three naves, it houses important religious images like the Virgen de Gracia (Virgin of Grace), the Cristo del Perdón (Christ of the Forgiveness) or the Señor de la Humildad y Paciencia (Lord of Humility and Patience).