Church of Santa María de Sariegomuerto

Villaviciosa, Spain

The Church of Santa María de Sariegomuerto is a Romanesque-style church in the municipality of Villaviciosa. The church appears to date originally from the 12th to 13th centuries; it appears to be mentioned in documents in 921, linked to grants by Ordoño II to the Oviedo Cathedral. The church has undergone a number of refurbishments along the centuries. The church was rebuilt after arson during the Spanish civil war.



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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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Marcelino (3 years ago)
Good views and very quiet environment.
Marcelino (3 years ago)
Good views and very quiet environment.
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