Santa María del Azogue Church

Betanzos, Spain

Santa María del Azogue  was built at the end of the 14th, beginning of the 15th century. It has a basilica plan, with three naves, the central one higher than the side ones. Its roof is pitched. In the sanctuary, there are three chapels covered with cross vaults. The main doorway has a semicircular arch. Above, the rose window is outstanding. It was declared a National Monument in 1944. It is now a Property of Cultural Interest.



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Founded: 14th century
Category: Religious sites in Spain


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Jonathan Varela (4 months ago)
A magical and beautiful place
ADOLFO GAVALDA (5 months ago)
Incredible Gothic church in which 22 human sculptures stand out on the main door. Inside you must see the main altarpiece with 14 Flemish carvings and the baptismal font.
Mari Carmen Tripiana (7 months ago)
A beautiful town
LDH RetiredAndTravelling (9 months ago)
We enjoyed our visit to Betanzos as we toured the Galicia region of Spain. Check out the RetiredAndTravelling blog post
Manuel Dieguez (13 months ago)
It is worth confessing every day there are very good priests ...
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