Index of files of monuments
CRIPTA DE SAN VICENTE
Visigoth - 6th Century - Valencia
In the archaeological investigation carried out in the surroundings of the 15th century chapel called San Vicente Prison, a fully vaulted Visigothic crypt appeared, dating from between the 6th and 7th centuries, which preserved a cross-shaped Visigoth funerary chapel, formed by an apse, a transept nave and a main nave, with a dome over semicircular arches at the intersection of the naves. The set included three tombs, one on the floor in the center of the transept and the other two in cists built with large stone bands that exist in two corners outside the building.
CUEVA DE LA VIRGEN DE MONTESCLAROS
Hermitages - 10th Century - Cantabria
On a height between the beak Solaloma and the river Ebro, there raises Montesclaros’s Royal Sanctuary, place of secular Marian reference of the municipalities of Campoo’s Cantabrian region – The Valleys. Immediately after the excavations realized in the subsoil of the Sanctuary, in 1966, a pre-romanesque crypt was discovered on the cave. Of rectangular plant – of 3,5 meters of width for 3 of length – with an altar of stone adorned with a height of roped of white of egg Asturian influence (period ramirense) and in whose front is figured by symbols of Celtic tradition.
Cueva de San Martín
Hermitages - 9th Century - Zamora
The “Cave of St. Martín”is a small cave church with access through an arch created in the walled in part of the access to the cave and consists of a rectangular nave of 3.30 m by 3.60 m covered with a sort of basket-handle arch, that lets access to the apse through a horseshoe arch of 2.60 m diameter, covered with a dome. It is known it was utilized in the 9th and 10th centuries, but it is possible that it already existed from the 4th century.
CUEVA DE SIETE ALTARES (R)
Hermitages - 7th Century - Segovia
In the sickles of the river Duratón, near Sepúlveda one finds this eremitorio created in the 7th century by San Frutos and his brothers, missing person during the Arabic invasion. It was consisting of a public exterior, semiexcavated chapel, with an altar in the shape of horse-shoe. Entering a great arch, nowadays in very poor condition, another zone exists, with three excavated altars, also in the shape of horse-shoe, for use of the monks and more to the bottom the cells of the monks.
CUEVA SANTA DE LIEBANA
Hermitages - 9th Century - Cantabria
CUEVAS DE LOS PORTUGUESES DE ARROYO DE LAS TORCAS
Hermitages - 7th Century - Burgos
The isolated cave complex of Creek of the Torcas (La Horadada), in the Merindades (Burgos), consists of 14 rooms excavated in a wall of sandstone, in a small covered gorge of an exuberant grove, where a mighty creek flows shaping a curious secret habitat from the exterior.
EL CASON (JUMILLA)
Visigoth - Siglo IV - Murcia
The late Roman pantheon called El Casón is located in the area “Tras el huertecico”, on the outskirts of Jumilla. It forms part of the old Roman site together with the villas of Los Cipreses, El Pedregal and other remains that have been appearing in this town. To locate this small family mausoleum, once inside the city of Jumilla, you have to go to the southwest of the hill of the castle, reaching the neighborhood of San Antón. The monument has been integrated into a small square where it is contemplated exempt and passes the avenue of the Casón.
EL CASTILLO DE LA ATALAYA (VILLENA) (R)
Castles - 14th Century - Alicante
Castle of Arabic origin constructed in the 12th century on a Roman accession, which was reconquered by Jaime I in 1239 though it happened to depend definitively on Castile in 1244. It took part in the wars of The Germaniás, of Secession and of the Independence, of which it was very damaged. It is formed by a double enclosure walled from plant to rectangular, with the exterior wall defended by twelve towers and interior by circular buckets and a great tower of the honoring of four floors, in which the vaults are very interesting almohades of the first two plants and the stairs of roof spaces.
EL CASTRO DE ARMEA y EL”FORNO DA SANTA” (R)
Other Styles - 4th and 5th centuries - Orense
In the surroundings of Santa Mariña de Aguas Santas we find several monuments of great interest and related to the legend of the Santa: a Roman road used in the Middle Ages as part of the Camino, an important Roman city where Mariña lived and the furnace, later covered by a Templaque, in which according to that legend survived to all the tortures without giving way to the head of Olibano, was transformed into a high position.
EL SALVADOR DE YESTE (R)
Romanesque - 1st century - Huesca
It consists of a rectangular nave, with flat roof, and a semicircular apse covered by vault of oven, with exterior decoration based on circus blind arches of type serablés and without canecillos under the roof. There is very interesting the door placed in the south side, formed by an eardrum, on fascias that, as the eardrum, are decorated by sculptures of Romanesque primitive type.
ERMITA DE ARROYUELOS
Hermitages - 8th Century - Cantabria
ERMITA DE LA ANUNCIADA (R)
Romanesque - 11th Century - Valladolid
The hermitage of the Announced one was known as monastery of San Pedro and San Paul of Spanish flies. It was raised at the end of the 11th century or beginning of the XIIth, of there that his style corresponds to the first Romanesque one with Lombard ornamentation that had spread over Catalonia and Aragon. Both Urueña’s villa and the hermitage of the Announced one were declared Historical – artistic Set in 1975, already this one is one of the most interesting buildings of the Romanesque one of Castilla y León.
ERMITA DE LA CONCEPCIÓN (R)
Romanesque - 1st century - Alava
Temple of one nave, presbytery and apse orientated, built with good stone ashlar of limestone clear and constructed in two phases, the head-board with a sculptural decoration of quality, whereas that of the ship, later, is very low. In the head-board, which consists of five linens on double socle, with three windows in the central linens of double archivolt on columns with capitals, all this with a magnificent decoration.
ERMITA DE LA MAGDALENA
Romanesque - 13th Century - Teruel
The Romanesque Art of Teruel is a result of a period of repopulation from the 12th century. This hermitage is a good example of it, placed the former settlement of You Prepare, to approximately four Castel’s kilometres of Goat. It is a question of a simple building, of an alone ship. Stands out the Romanesque front page shaped by two smooth archivolts of half a point that supports on paths jambs.
ERMITA DE LA MARE DE DEU DE LA PERTUSA (R)
Romanesque - 11th Century - Lérida
The hermitage of The Mare de Deu of the Pertusa was constructed in two phases, an initial of the second half of the 11th century and the later one of beginning of the XIIth. It is of the only nave with semicircular head-board orientated in the eastern part. In spite of his coarse invoice and simplicity, the temple stands out for his spectacular emplacement since it is situated in the high of a crag that dominates the reservoir of the river Walnut-tree Ribagorzana, just person in the limit between Catalonia and Aragon.
ERMITA DE LA SOLEDAD (R)
Romanesque - 11th Century - Soria
The hermitage of La Soledad is situated in the famous municipality soriano of Calatañazor, declared Historical Artistic National Set in 1962, but that has gone on to the history for being where the Arabic commander Almanzor was defeated in 1002 by Sancho García, Count of Castile. Of Romanesque style, the hermitage just preserves his plant, the head-board and the north front page due to a series of reforms and transformations that it suffered in the 17th century.
ERMITA DE LA VERA CRUZ (R)
Romanesque - 1st century - Salamanca
The hermitage of the Vera Cruz de Cantaracillos nowadays is a ruinous building of which only there remains the head-board and part of the nave that correspond to the Romanesque epoch and are constructed in brick and tapial. In the last times one has come shuffling the possibility of restoring it to turn her into a center of interpretation of the Mudejar art of the zone.
ERMITA DE LA VERA CRUZ DE MADERUELO (R)
Romanesque - 1st century - Segovia
Church with a single nave with an apse of flat head separated by a triumphal arch of semicircular, which was declared Artistic Historical Monument in 1924 by the magnificent Romanesque paintings of its head, which were moved to the Prado Museum in 1947, but, although the original frescoes are no longer here, recently magnificent replicas have been carried out at the foot of the temple, to preserve the image of the originals, that with those of San Baudelio de Berlanga and those of San Esteban de Gormaz constitute one of the most important ensembles of Romanesque painting in Spain.
ERMITA DE LA VIRGEN DEL CERRO
Asturian Preromanesque - 10th Century - Burgos
To 20km of Burgos we find this hermitage which origin seems to be early Christian, reconstructed possibly in the first repopulation of this zone, in times of Alfonso III the Great one, since in spite of a series of important modificacines that suffered in the first times of Romanesque art in Spain and in the 18th century it preserves multiple details that demonstrate his great relation with the Asturian architecture.
Ermita de la Virgen del Pilar
Romanesque - 13th Century - Teruel
The primitive hermitage of the Virgin of Pilar, in Andorra, should be had raised at the end of the 12th century and it would have rectangular plant, square apse and cover of wood. The long-suffering trasformaciones later have finished with his original physiognomy, of which the front remains only of west shaped by a round arch with a molding polilobulada and a small óculo.