Iglesia de San Juan de Tamón

Neo-Gothic style parish church dominated by the high four-storey tower and pyramidal roof that is located at the foot of the building, and under which the main access to the building is located.

The temple dates from the seventeenth century, although it was heavily renovated between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

The building has a rectangular floor plan, with three naves, with a choir at the foot and a small side chapel attached to the north wall. The head is straight, with side chapels, and has a portico on the south side, with a roof supported by a low wall on which several columns are supported, with a fence based on bars.


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