Iglesia de San Salvador

Church built in the place where a pre-Romanesque temple dedicated to San Zadornín was erected (a building consecrated in 968), of which currently a small construction is preserved, dedicated to the sacristy, with a rectangular floor plan and wooden roof, with a square head with vault cannon. The current church dates from the 17th century, in Baroque style. It has a rectangular floor plan and a single nave, with a lintel roof and a square head with a ribbed vault. The main façade has an access portal configured as a semicircular arch formed by four voussoirs that rest on a fascia without decoration. A large portico, supported by stone columns that rise on a stone wall, surrounds the building on two of its sides.


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