Iglesia de Santa María Magdalena

The current building dates from 1923, built on the site of an old Romanesque church from the 12th century demolished in 1921. Up to 50 corbels have been preserved from that primitive building, repositioned on the cornice of the current temple, on the façade that faces the Camino from Santiago.

Inside there is a carving of San Lázaro from the old La Rebollá malatería.


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