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The old medieval church of Santa María, who has being erected at the end of the 12th century. It had a bell tower with four bells. The whole church was criticized, claiming that it was small, badly built, and indecent. So for this reason, in...More
What attracted my attention to this basilica, was its tower. It stood out, with its many bells.
After our visit to the castle, where we saw the basilica from a distance for the first time, we ventured to find it and explore the inside of...More
If you are doing the Camino like me, by this stage you will have seen numerous churches. This isn't among the best but still nice to visit, especially since recently many of the churches that we saw weren't open, so it was good to see...More
My visit was of total solitude and all visitors were silent. That of itself was amazing. However, the church itself is really not all that special compared to others in the region (Burgos, Salamanca, Leon)
Huge church made from stone in the centre of old town. Very pretty Gothic altar piece and lovely cool , quite and restful place. Graffiti on walls was offensive and really spoilt the old town - ,this seems to be a problem in Spain.
Very close to the castle this Basilica is well worth finding. Near the tourist office and the other side of the museo de la radio. Nice building from the outside and fairly large building and you may see many backpackers enter here to visit and...More