Renaissance church. Diego de Siloé found the perfect solution to combine a renaissance chapel to a Gothic appearance. He united the circular floor to the basilica one, which earned him the recognition of the architects at the time. The main chapel sums up the greatness of this building. The dome of the main chapel is decorated with windows of a great beauty, with Alonso Cano's sculptures and paintings. It has three beautiful doors: Ecce Homo, San Jerónimo and the Perdón one, the latter with excellent reliefs of Faith and Justice. The main facade is Baroque. The masonry of the chorus is plateresque. In the lateral chapels excellent altarpieces and paintings are preserved. The old chapter room is currently an exhibition place for the treasure of the cathedral, that also displays pieces in the sacristy and in the Cathedral Museum. One highlight is a Blessed Virgin by Alonso Cano.