Iglesia de San Pedro de Pría

Large church, with a basilica floor plan and a single nave, with a prominent transept in height. It has two side chapels attached to the nave, and a portico to the south, in which there is a semi-circular façade from the modern period. At the foot of the church it has a bell tower, with a clock and a pyramidal top. On the lower floor of the tower there are arches that give way to the main portal of the building, from the Romanesque period, made up of a semicircular arch supported by two pilasters. Other elements that survive from the Romanesque period are several corbels at the head.


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