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Chapel of the Holy Trinity

Gothic style (15th century)
Architects: Franesc Baldomar and Pere Compte.

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The Holy Trinity, oil painting
by L. Antonio Planes (18th century)

Upper part of the altarpiece
St. Joachim & the Virgin Mary by L. Antonio Planes.

Predella of the altarpiece
Annunciation, St. Joseph & St Anne by L. Antonio Planes.

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Sepulchre of the Cardinal Archbishop Mariano Barrio
(+1876) He participated in the First Vatican Council.

Another oil painting of the altarpiece portrays St. Tomas de Villanueva, painted by Jose Vergara in 1791.

Sepulchre of the Archbishop Martn de Ayala (+1566)

Right side
Sepulchre of the Archbishop Martn de Ayala (+1566) Italian marble. He participated in the Council of Trent.

The Holy Trinity is the main mystery of the Christian faith. We believe in only one God, who exists simultaneously in three people: The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. It is attributed to the Father the creation of the world, to the Son the redemption and to the Holy Spirit the sanctification of men. The feast of the Holy Trinity is celebrated on the Sunday following Pentecost (May-June)

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