ERMITA DE SAN PEDRO DE ABRISQUETA (R)
It is a clear example of a rural church with two phases of construction: one from the pre-Romanesque period (9th or 10th centuries) and another from the 11th century. It is built in masonry, with a rectangular nave covered with wooden reinforcement, while the lower apse has a half-barrel vault, both externally covered by a single roof with three slopes. The access, on the west side, is in a semicircular arch surrounded by a chambrana resting on decorated imposts. There was another access, perhaps earlier, on the south side and there is also a window in the apse, decorated with Visigoth motifs.
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