Ermita de San Vicente de Finestras

Romanesque chapel of S. XI-XII

The building, made of small stones, well squared, take advantage of the rocky walls of its location, not only on base but as part of the north wall. The building is narrow, rectangular and a nave divided into three sections with blind arches in the wall of the Epistle. Its head is semicircular and was preceded by a round arch. In the middle is a window with carved bow-piece where a rosette and the start of the oven dome is a border of zig-zag patterns in leaves. The brackets on which rested the arches of the nave have worn checkered ornamentation. The building is covered with a barrel vault of arches, which remains close to the apse and starting. The cover, gone, stood at the western wall.

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The building, made of small stones, well squared, take advantage of the rocky walls of its location, not only on base but as part of the north wall.

Access: access by a track Estopiñán part of the castle and goes to the abandoned village of Finestra Once there leave the road and climb the path to the hermitage.

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