The street that once would join what was the way Real High and Low is known for all its former name as Cuesta de Jesus, giving greater identity to the chapel of the eighteenth century, which initially responded to the name Hermitage Christ of Nazareth.
Adjacent to City Hall today, in a period just passed this church guarding three houses, which allowed to be contemplated by those travelers passing through the Royal Road.
The prospect was collected by those robust masonry building in red sandstone, which anecdotal said that it could be leftover pieces of the Parish of the Incarnation.
At the same time watching their simple layout with solid abutments, whereas in this we can see only the facade consists of a bow and ruffle trim at the roof, completing the vision of a far longer period.
As we move into the rectangle that bounds inside, we saw two different areas in an elder with a barrel vault and a quadrangular space with a semicircular dome on four arches. The pendentives decorated with baroque plasterwork with oval shields with symbols of the Passion of Christ adorn the oratory.
This chapel houses two images of Our Lord Jesus, one candlestick and one on plaster in the early 40s. Besides the find of"Tied to the Column", "Entombment". "Risen" and "Virgin of more pain and comfort."