SAN MIGUEL DE CRUÏLLES (R)
Built in the middle of the 11th century in Romanesque with Lombardy and recently restored exterior decoration. It has a basilical plan with three naves and a transept, all covered by barrel vaults, with a dome covered by a hemispherical dome and three semicircular apses covered by quarter-globes. It conserves some Romanesque paintings in the transept, a magnificent Christ in the Cross of S. XII and part of a baldaquino of S. XIII very interesting.
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