Santa María Church

Yermo, Spain

Santa María Church was built in the 10th century. It is a fine example of Romanesque style in northern Spain.


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Calle el Lugar 19, Yermo, Spain
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Founded: 10th century AD
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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valentin VS (8 months ago)
At the top of the village of Yermo we find this Romanesque jewel (later belfry). It is famous for its corbels
Elena De Miguel (10 months ago)
Romanesque church that is close to Cartes and Riocorvo, everything is worth a visit. It is famous for the theme of some of its corbels.
Antonio Vera (10 months ago)
Bells Romanesque Church with a good collection of corbels of different themes, music, erotic... To highlight the portico with the fight of a knight with a beast or dragon that has its replica inside.
Rafel Frances (12 months ago)
Lucía JG (2 years ago)
Beautiful Romanesque church, it had a sign on the door with the hours of guided tours (I understand that the church is also open hours) was from 10-2 and I think from 7-9 pm, a pity not having taken a photo to share
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