An impeccably restored porticoed church dating back to the mid 12th century. Particularly worthy of note is the single nave and the magnificent wooden roof and a pointed barrel vault.

The pointed triumphal arch is supported by two strikingly simple and roughly decorated capitals: one featuring two four-footed animals facing each other; and the other showing an animal attacking a man, aided by a second. The south section boasts a magnificent porticoed gallery in ashlar stone that contrasts with the building’s masonry. This church has many outstanding elements that can only be discovered during a tour of the temple. This is a unique site that is well worth visiting.

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Religious architecture
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Historical Period:
Middle Ages


Calle San Martín, 37-59. Rejas de San Esteban (San Esteban de Gormaz). 42320 Soria.

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Oficina de Turismo of San Esteban de Gormaz


Plaza del Frontón s/n. San Esteban de Gormaz. 42330 Soria.

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Tourist Office Regional of Soria


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