Capilla de Santiago

Small chapel built in the 18th century and which was part of the pilgrims’ hospital in this town.

Rectangular in plan, it has a single room, with a wooden roof and gabled slate, the roof extending over the front of the building, creating a kind of suspended portico. Inside there is a niche in the front wall, which houses a wooden image of Santiago Peregrino.


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