Completed in 2008 by Spanish architect Fernando Menis of Menis Arquitectos, the church comprises four chunky concrete volumes separated from one another by sliced openings.
Two overlapping cracks in the building’s end wall create a large cross-shaped window that is visible from within the nave.
Gabion walls inside the building also create partitions between rooms.
This is the second concrete church we’ve featured in recent months – see our earlier story about one on the side of a mountain in China.
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