The current building of Tura Church was rebuilt by Francesc Mas in classical Baroque style. The inside of the church was transformed by Joan Carles Panyó between 1790 and 1814, and the facade, with a steeple that was cut down during the Civil War, was completed in 1928.

(patron saint of the city) was destroyed by earthquakes. Following the reconstruction, a walled-up door and keystone encrusted in the wall are the only remaining original features. In 1936 the church was burnt down and the bell tower demolished, leaving only the Romanesque 11th-12th century gilt and polychrome carving of Saint Joaquim and the Ecce Homo by Ramon Amadeu, the sculptor and creator of nativity figures. the Virgin of the Tura ShrineIn the 15th century.

Visit: Open every day from Monday to Saturday: 9am to 12pm and from 6pm to 7.30pm. On Sundays and public holidays the hours are from 8am to 12pm and from 6pm to 7pm