CAPILLA DE SANTA MARÍA DE OZA (R)
Located in what is now a district of La Coruña, we find this small hermitage, considered of the twelfth century, although some characteristics like its construction in magnificent sillería or modillones, that can be inspired by the originals, make you think of an earlier dating. Currently it is a cruciform church in which of what appears to be its initial construction it preserves an apse of flat testero and part of its only nave, separated by a folded arch of horseshoe? on columns and capitals while the side chapels were built in the seventeenth century, when the nave was also extended and a belfry was added. A thorough study of this chapel could give us very interesting surprises.
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