Nuestra Señora del Socorro Church


They emphasize its eclectic artistic language, its door carved in pine and the stonework of the walls. As the oldest piece of its heritage, the wood carving of the Cristo de la Sangre stands out, which arrived in Tejeda in the mid-s. XVII, probably to preside over the Congregation of Blood. It survives the fire that destroyed the parish in 1920 and is found years later under the ground of one of the lateral ships of the same one.