Church of La Concepcion
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Church of La Concepcion
Church of La Concepción
Iglesia parroquial de la Concepción de Nuestra Señora
General information
Architectural styleNeo-Gothic
AddressGoya street
Town or cityMadrid
CoordinatesCoordinates: 40°25?28.96?N 3°40?56.81?W / 40.4247111°N 3.6824472°W / 40.4247111; -3.6824472
Design and construction
ArchitectEugenio Jiménez Correa, Jesús Carrasco

The Church of La Concepción (in Spanish: iglesia de la Concepción) is a neogothic catholic temple[1][2] in Madrid, Spain.

It's located in Goya street, in the corner with Núñez de Balboa street, and its construction was carried out between 1912 and 1914.[3] The architect in charge of church's design was Eugenio Giménez Corera, till his death in 1910. Another architect, Jesús Carrasco, finished the work.[4] The tower --with a 43,70 meter height--[3] is topped with an iron spire, itself crowned by a sculpture of the Immaculate Conception.[1] King Alfonso XIII of Spain and his consort Queen Victoria Eugenie attended the church's opening, the ceremony took place 11 May 1914.[2] The building has suffered several reshuffles: in the decade of 1950s, in 1985 and 2013.[2]

On 8 July 1977 was published in Boletín Oficial del Estado a report requesting its declaration as Bien de Interés Cultural.[5]


  1. ^ a b Arquitectura y Construcción 1914, p. 156.
  2. ^ a b c Delgado, Adrián (29 June 2013). "Goya se prepara para el centenario de su iglesia neogótica". ABC (in Spanish).
  3. ^ a b La Construcción Moderna 1914, p. 17.
  4. ^ Arquitectura y Construcción 1914, p. 155.
  5. ^ Gobierno de España, ed. (8 July 1977). "Orden por la que se acuerda tener por incoado expediente de declaración de conjunto histórico-artístico a favor de las zonas y de los monumentos, con sus correspondientes entornos, en la villa de Madrid" (PDF). BOE (in Spanish) (162): 15372.


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