Iglesia de San Juan

Church already mentioned in 1386, is a building from the Romanesque period, with a rectangular plan and a straight head covered with a barrel vault. It has a single nave, with a gabled roof, to which the body of the sacristy was attached in the 17th century, on the north wall. .
The main façade has only the opening of the entrance hole, shaped like a middle arch, ending with a belfry with two openings, with a triangular pediment crowned with balls. In the remaining facades there are small holes, in the form of loopholes.


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