SAN CIPRIANO DE ZAMORA (R)
It is one of the oldest churches of which is preserved within the walls of Zamora. Built at the end of the 11th century and partially rebuilt in the 12th, time in which was added the Bell Tower on its South side next to the cover that is still preserved, has subsequently undergone many changes. Of basilical plan with three naves which in the 13th century became a single wide nave, and three apses of flat testero, retains some reliefs the first construction or other next Church.
For more information see Románico Aragonés