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This small church still has most of its original Romanesque structure and charm left from the 12th century when first built. However, one of it’s most interesting feature the inner walls and columns lean and look like it would fall in and probably would if...More
Small but lovely Romanesque church with one arcade in the cloister extant, the other arcades are renaissance or later. The real interest though is seeing that the main pillars in the nave have moved inwards at the base. It's a miracle that the thing is...More
Interesting church I visited on my way up to the hilltop Cidade da Cultura de Galicia. This lies outside the city center, away from virtually all tourist sights, so foot traffic is light here to say the least. In fact, aside from one local parishioner,...More
It is quite interesting to see the church that is falling. But to see it you have to entry, so check out first the schedule when you can do it. There is also claustro inside where you can see archeological exhibition. It's quite far away...More
Off the main track (on the other side of the railway station), this church seems not heavily visited. It is free and not so far from the old town, so you might easily include it into your Santiago route. The romanesque walls and the dimly...More
This is an ancient building, tucked in a working-class neighborhood on the south side of Santiago. It leans a bit to starboard, but they shored that up about 300 years ago. It's a big, airy church still in daily use, with a charming flower-garden cloister...More