You'll recognize this chapel in the Colonial Zone by its attractive triple-arched belfry atop a brick-built facade. The Chapel of Our Lady of the Remedies was constructed in the Gothic style in the 1500s by Francisco de Avila, an alderman. It was not intended for public use but built as a private chapel and family mausoleum for the Ovando and Dávila families, two of the most prominent in the city back then. In time, people of the old town did attend Mass here under a barrel-vaulted ceiling. When city officials pronounced the building dangerous in 1884, it was torn down and rebuilt.