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Churches and Chapels
Church of San Miguel Arcangel
Romanesque tower. The single nave, divided into four sections by arches, is gothic. The fourth crenellated section was probably added in the 16th century.
There are chapels on both sides of the nave. The octagonal apse end is wider than the nave. The vaults are ribbed. The finest one is in the main chapel, with a spanish-flemish flair. The choir stands upon a lowered arched decorated with stylised vegetal motifs and the coat-of-arms of the founder, Dr García Hernandez Carrascón.
The decoration of the capitals consists of sinuous stalks, acanthus leaves, pinecones, vine leaves, and pomegranates, plus some figures representing lions and eagles. The front is a good example of spanish-flemish gothic, with a pointed arch and a niche in the tympanum containing an image of Saint Michael.
- Religious architecture
- Predominant styles:
- Historical Period:
- Early modern period
Plaza de San Miguel,. Ágreda. 42100 Soria.
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