Diego de Vergara constructed San Agustin between 1550 and 1566. It has an unusual façade with the Mannerist style. There is a balcony with wrought iron rails over the main door, which looks like a triumphal arch. The tower was constructed in two stages, the lower one in 1676 and the upper part in the 18th century. The church has a rectangular design with a Gothic vault. There are many plaster moldings all over the church, with designs of fruits, coat of arms, hideous masks, and heads. The life of San Agustins is portrayed in many paintings and these were created by Antonio Mohedano.
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