VILLA FORTUNATUS (R)
As part of a larger site, two Roman villas and a Paleochristian basilica are superimposed, the oldest known in Aragon, which was modified and reused in the sixth century Visigoth. It has three naves separated by arcades and a single semicircular apse interiorly, but with a flat front, with an exterior baptistery in front of the head. Magnificent mosaics of the Roman villas and different Visigothic elements of the 6th century are preserved, such as a chancel and a magnificent chrismon.
See description in Románico Aragonés.