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San Pedro Church is located at Calle General Rey, 1. It is a Gothic church built in the second half of the 14th century. It resembles a fort. In the main facade is the beautiful doorway called the Perdon and there is a great rose window. There are three naves in the church, with the central nave being higher and wider than the lateral naves. The most important chapel has the sepulcher of Fernando de Coca, who was the confessor and chaplain of the Catholic Kings, as well as the canon of the Cathedral of Siguenza. It also has the altarpiece of the Virgen de Loreto, done in alabaster from the 15th century. Another chapel is the Capilla de Jesus Nazareno, which has an Isabeline architecture and also grating. The church is also famous for the 18th century reredos made from tile from Talavera de la Reina. There is a tower that is crowned with a pyramid type of structure. The vault has the shape of a star and the choir chairs are from the 16th century. This church has been declared a National Monument.