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Emotion strike you inside visiting this building - the magic of the turnaround from the nadir of civilisation btw Rome and the Renaissance is here in front of you you touch it - you see it and you feel men and women wanting to create...More
My review for this place would be very similar to that of Santa Maria del Naranco, since it is located very close (less than 200 m away). It is not to be missed if you see the first one, since it is a very old...More
This is the smaller, less ostentatious looking church compared with Santa Maria del Naranco which is only a few hundred metres away and within walking distance
If visiting Naranco, it would be a shame to miss this one out. It is also included as a...More
We walked up to this place as well on the Sunday morning. It is lovely and if you pick up the leaflet in the tourist place below it tells you all about it! It makes a stunning photo. There is car parking nearby. You will...More
This chapel is a photographer's delight. Beautiful symmetry combined with a compactness not often seen these days. Reminded me very much of renaissance chapels. It is a short if somewhat steep stroll from the Santa Maria. Worth it.
It is the same comment I made for the Santa Maria del Naranco. Driving to the hill where it is located is easy, then getting on foot to the area is slightly complicated, but at the end make sense to walk (you may reach the...More
A pleasant drive up the hill to get here. This and the other nearby church are historical buildings in their own right but perhaps after being in Oviedo first, we felt a bit underwhelmed by this church.
There is minimal amount in English and the...More
You can observe them from the outside at any time. If you would like to visit inside you would need to check the schedule on this website. They have different hours depending on the season you want to go in... More
You can observe them from the outside at any time. If you would like to visit inside you would need to check the schedule on this website. They have different hours depending on the season you want to go in. santamariadelnaranco . es