Santa Maria De Budejo Monastery

Santa Cruz de Juarros, Spain

Santa María de Bujedo Monastery was probably founded between  1159-1172. The oldest documentary evidence confirming the existence of the monastery dates from 1182. It was confiscated in 1835.

The church, built in the first half of the 13th century, has a Latin cross plan with a single nave. There are some remains left of the original monastery buildings dating to the the 13th century. Seven double capitals and four bases are preserved from the medieval cloister.


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Founded: c. 1159
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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Luis Roman Fernandez (8 months ago)
Sensacional Monasterio. Muy recomendable la visita
Jose Velasco (9 months ago)
Lugar Muy tranquilo
Marisol del Val Salazar (9 months ago)
Precioso monasterio, enclave ideal para la meditación
Manolo Rodríguez (9 months ago)
Mi estancia en ese lugar me ha marcado para toda mi vida. Estuve allí interno del año 1965 al año 1969 y todos los días de mi vida me acuerdo de ese lugar tan maravilloso. !Qué recuerdos más bonitos!
Jose Antonio Chavarri Bravo (10 months ago)
Convento muy bien cuidado una capilla impresionante y bonitos jardines para pasear
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