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Churches and Chapels
Hermitage of San Miguel de Gormaz
It is located at the foot of the castle of Gormaz. The hermitage had, apparently, a Visigothic origin back in the VI century, and could have been destroyed by the Arab invasion. When the territory is definitely reconquered by King Fernando I in the XI century, was founded the Gormaz village with an hermitage dedicated to San Miguel.
It was built between the XI and XII centuries, and it conserves a great simplicity and austerity outside on the walls of the hermitage, where some inscriptions and reliefs, probably from ancient Roman and Visigoth constructions, have been kept
- Arquitectura Religiosa
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- Edad Media
Real, s/n. Gormaz. 42313 Soria.
- From June, 3 to July, 16:
- Saturday: 11:00 – 14:00 and 17:00 – 20:00
- Sunday: 11:00 – 14:00
- Closed: monday to friday
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