Iglesia de San Mamés

Church built between the 16th and 18th centuries, has a rectangular floor plan, with a single nave and a rectangular chevet, to which the body of the sacristy was attached over time.

Outside it has an open chapter that surrounds the façade and the ends of the body of the temple. This town hall is flanked by a stone wall, on which there are twelve rough columns that support the roof of this structure. The main portal, facing west, has an access opening, in the shape of a semicircular arch, on which the two-eyed belfry is arranged, with a triangular finish.

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