Contains several altarpieces with remarkable sculptures and some board and canvas paintings of great artistic value, such as the image of the 17th-century Immaculate attributed Carreño de Miranda.

Built between the 16th and the 17th centuries, when it was totally rebuilt in the Herreran style. However, the structure conserves late Gothic features, such as the round arched front with numerous archivolts resting on polygonal bases.

The church contains a magnificent wooden Ecce Homo attributed to Gregorio Fernández. It also contains pieces of silverwork such as the processional cross of the Monasterio de Arlanza and some Mexican pieces.

Historical Data

Religious architecture
Predominant styles:
Historical Period:
Early modern period


Real, 2. San Leonardo de Yagüe. 42140 Soria.

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Oficina de Turismo of San Leonardo de Yagüe


C/ San Pedro. San Leonardo de Yagüe. 42140 Soria.

Teléfono: 975 376 052


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Oficina de Turismo Regional of Soria


C/ Medinaceli,2. Soria. 42003 Soria.

Teléfono: 975 212 052

Fax: 975 221 289


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