Churches beyond the wall

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A listed building situated in the centre of a square with a distinct Medieval appearance.
It has undergone many renovations but remains a handsome single-nave church with a pronounced transept opening onto three apses. The brick tower and porticoed gallery surrounding the church are particularly noteworthy.


This was the parish of Arrabal de La Puente Castellana. It has a single nave and a semi-circular apse. It dates back to the 12th Century, being later modified to add the square tower. It is a simple structure reminiscent of the rural Romanesque style found in many towns in the province.


A single nave church with a semi-circular apse. In a second phase of construction, a richly decorated chapel was added in the interior. It houses a monumental collection of paintings dating back to around 1300.