Iglesia de Sabugo

Romanesque church from the 13th century with a rectangular floor plan, with a single nave with a nave at the foot and a semicircular apse. In the seventeenth century the roofs were raised and several openings were opened.

It has two facades to the west and south, in which the decoration, dating from the Romanesque period, is concentrated, with motifs such as masks, plant and animal elements, as well as human heads.


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