Iglesia de Santolaya del Valle

Temple with origins in the 10th century (it is cited in a document from the year 905 and a tombstone with the founding inscription is preserved), which acquired its current configuration between the 18th and 20th centuries. It has a Latin cross plan, with a single nave (with a choir at the foot), a transept and a straight head. It has a portico that borders the building on the east and south sides, opening to the south thanks to a low wall on which several columns stand that support the roof of this space. The main façade is from the 18th century, the portico, the nave and the bell tower being from the 20th century, once the temple has recovered from the damage suffered during the civil war.


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