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This church is attached to a monastery just out of town - but if you've done the Camino, you won't find it too far to walk! It is off the main street, but so quiet you might think you were on another planet. Time has...More
We did not go inside, but the leaning walls outside are quite fascinating. The church grounds are small but quite pleasant to wander. Our hotel host recommended this as a short walk from our hotel, and he gave us some of its history.
It was built in the 12th century on the outskirts of the city. Even under the arcades, it's wonderful to walk around, but the cozy garden and the interior of the church are literally heavenly. The interior lighting comes from the side openings and the...More
The crowds in Santiago can be a bit overwhelming in July. I was looking for something more peaceful to do and walked down to this lovely jewel of architecture. It is well worth the visit, and mass is offered in the church if you would...More
Free car park, away from the old town hustle and bustle. The first striking thing about this is the leaning wall being supported by the newer buttress. There's a peaceful garden at the back with a play area for children.
Interesting 12th century church situated outside the city center en-route (if walking) to the hilltop Cidade da Cultura de Galicia. Its most notable feature are its massive 18th century buttresses that are literally holding up this church.