A granite Romanesque church from the 12th century.
It currently has two naves, although originally it only had one. On the interior, one apse has been preserved, that can be accessed to through a semicircular arch held by pre-Romanesque columns.
On the exterior, the façade holds a wooden entrance door with a small porticoed narthex.
Some elements dating from before the 10th century are noticeable, such a baptismal font in which legend says that the Caliph Almanzor watered his horse, when he arrived at this temple in the year 997.
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