Iglesia de Santa María del Conceyu

Llanes, Spain

The church of Santa María was founded in 1240 and the construction continued until 15th century. The three-nave church was three apses.


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Founded: 1240
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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Karol Karolkiewicz (13 months ago)
It is one of the few examples of Gothic in Asturias. Its construction was commissioned by the city of Llanes, which began in 1240 and lasted until the 14th-15th centuries. Declared as a basilica on April 25, 1973. The temple is built on a basilica plan with three naves and three apses and is covered with a ribbed and stellar vault. On the north wall there is the tomb chapel of Juan Pariente or de la Trinidad, founded in the 14th century. The church has two strongly flared Romanesque facades, a belfry and a 16th-century portico protecting the facade from the south.
Carlos (2 years ago)
Nice church
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Angelo Vassallo (2 years ago)
Nice romanic church
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