Castrense Church in the citadel (Parroquia Castrense de la Ciutadella)
The garrison Church (on the map), built in 1720 in the neoclassical style, is one of their few surviving structures of the Ciutadella fortress.
The building was built according to the plans of Prosper de Verboom, a military engineer and the main Builder of the fortress. the final design and supervision of the works was carried out by engineer Alexandre de Rez. It is a small and surprisingly harmonious single-nave Church with side chapels, in the features of which you can guess the French school.
The semicircular pediment with a simple round window is surmounted by a bronze torch.
Основание купола облицовано керамикой с геометрическим узором.
For some reason, the tower of the dome is crowned only by a lightning protection pin, apparently, the cross has not been preserved.
Very interesting are the entrance doors with well-preserved carved bas-reliefs and a wooden sculpture of an angel.
I don't know if it's possible to look at the interiors, I didn't find any signs on the doors.