20. SAN JOSÉ CHURCH
[43°26'11.3"N · 8°11'37.9"W]
As stated on a plaque, the church was commissioned by José Andrés Váz- quez, his wife Modesta Varela Grande and their daughter Dolores Andrés Varela de Veiga. It was partially paid for by popular subscription. Juan Varela Grande was an Indiano who had been born in the same parish. He contributed the Our Lady of Charity, the patron saint of Cuba, to the altar. The neo- gothic details of the central body of the main façade are notable, as is the belfry with pinnacles.