Ermita de la Virgen de la Concepción de la Bonanza

La Palma

This beautifully restored 18th-century ermita (chapel) has some elegant patterns on the white-painted exterior. Renovations mercifully left intact the splendid Mudéjar ceiling above the altar. The Virgen de la Concepción de la Bonanza herself is venerated in the form of a fully clothed effigy behind the altar.

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