SAN PEDRO DE CAMARMA (R)
The church of San Pedro de Camarma de Esteruelas has a floor plan of three naves, has two different phases of construction: it preserves from its original factory in the thirteenth century the semicircular apse and the anteapse of brick. In the middle of the XVI century the reconstruction of the church was undertaken. It is noteworthy the preservation of the remains of the painting of a pantocrator in the interior of the apse of the church dated towards the end of the fourteenth century with characteristics of both Romanesque and Gothic painting.
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