SANTO TOMAS CANTUARIENSE (R)
Built of sandstone ashlars, formed by a single nave, transept and three semicircular apses, the central one of greater height and width than the lateral ones, to which later, in the S XVI, a porch tower was added to the feet with cover and bell tower, conserves in the north wall the primitive Romanesque portal, with two archivolts. Inside, the apses are covered with an oven vault and the presbyteries and cruise ships with a pointed barrel vault. In the central apse it preserves gaps Gothic paintings of S. XIV.
For more information see its description in Románico Aragonés.