|Church of La Concepción|
|Iglesia parroquial de la Concepción de Nuestra Señora|
|Town or city||Madrid|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Eugenio Jiménez Correa, Jesús Carrasco|
It's located in Goya street, in the corner with Núñez de Balboa street, and its construction was carried out between 1912 and 1914. The architect in charge of church's design was Eugenio Giménez Corera, till his death in 1910. Another architect, Jesús Carrasco, finished the work. The tower --with a 43,70 meter height-- is topped with an iron spire, itself crowned by a sculpture of the Immaculate Conception. King Alfonso XIII of Spain and his consort Queen Victoria Eugenie attended the church's opening, the ceremony took place 11 May 1914. The building has suffered several reshuffles: in the decade of 1950s, in 1985 and 2013.