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Churches and Chapels
Parish Church San Cornelio and San Cipriano
A mining center until a few years ago, San Cebrián de Mudá is characterized by the belfry of its church, which stands on the whole of the village. The temple is settled on a small promontory and is composed of the square head, a vaulted nave of six parts, belfry at the foot and oriented to the South.
Of the original building, probably built at the beginning of the XIII century, the nave, belfry and façade, where you can appreciate the Gothic architectural forms, but within the strength, characteristic of the Romanesque tradition, are preserved
- Religious architecture
- Predominant styles:
- Historical Period:
- Middle Ages
San Cebrián de Mudá. Palencia.
Ayuntamiento of San Cebrián de Mudá
Municipality of San Cebrián de Mudá. Palencia.
Teléfono: 979 605 885
Página Web: http://sancebriandemuda.es
Tourist Office Regional of Palencia
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