Dated in the 12th century, with a single nave and small dimensions, it is in a state of abandonment, with no cover. The lowered arch that separates the nave from the header stands out as well as the southern portal, formerly sheltered by a portico. It is semicircular with a single archivolt adorned with a frieze of rosettes.

Above it stands an impost of plant motifs and feline heads whose invoice shows a relationship with the workshop that participated in the Almenara de Tormes church.

Higher quality and another more experienced hand demonstrate the three modillions on it, one representing a head between barrels, another showing two pelicans facing each other drinking from the source of life, and an elephant head. The eaves are supported by corbels with animal figures.

Historical Data

Architecture:
Religious architecture
Construction:
Church
Predominant styles:
Romanesque
Historical Period:
Middle Ages

Address

Santibáñez del Rio (Doñinos de Salamanca). 37129 Salamanca.

Website: http://ayto-doninos.com/el-municipio/nucleos-de-poblacion/santibanez-del-rio/

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