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southerntraveller49 wrote a review Nov 2018
Andalucia, Spain863 contributions210 helpful votes
San Pedro is other reason to visit Frómista. This is a small but beautiful church, located about 300 metres from San Martin. Apparently, San Pedro was built along different periods, the temple as a whole looks a bit irregular. This trait is one of its main charms. There are parts very different to others, and the church itself had to be built a bit inclined, as the ground wasn´t stable enough. The first thing you find is a nice Renaissance entrance, but all the rest looks older: it was built in Romanesque style, except from the main altar, the valuable paintings and statuary which are Baroque. Free access.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Jamina On Tour wrote a review Aug 2017
Hulste, Belgium382 contributions83 helpful votes
We visited Fromista because we heard about the beautiful ancient churches. 'Iglesia de San Pedro' was the first one we saw. It was nice, but we couldn't enter. I loved the families of storks that builded their nests on the roofs! Fromista itself is pretty, but only if you love churches from the outside. They are not always open and it looks like there's some work to do. Almost no tourists in the village.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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