Our Lady of the Forsaken Chapel


The chapel is connected on all sides, except the facade, to modern buildings which are much taller and, thus, make it look even smaller like a funny and unusual building that seems totally out of place. The pediment is low and triangular with the upper vertex truncated by a kind of covered bell gable which displays the colourful ceramic altarpiece explaining the alluded miracle instead of a bell. Other altarpieces made of the same material as anniversary reminders decorate the facade. With stone skirting on both sides, the door is made of wood with large peepholes.  It’s lintelled and protected by a little visor-like roof.