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Very special place

Place by any means worth to visit. Architectonical form is absolutely unique. It doesn’t make... read more

Reviewed September 14, 2017
gregskim2016
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Starogard, Poland
A 12th century hermitage in the interior of the province of Soria

Eleven kilometers southeast of Berlanga de Duero on SO 152 lies the unique hermitage of a saint who... read more

Reviewed September 14, 2017
Ray V
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Chaves, Portugal
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14 Sep 2017
“Very special place”
14 Sep 2017
“A 12th century hermitage in the interior of the province of Soria”
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Reviewed September 14, 2017

Place by any means worth to visit. Architectonical form is absolutely unique. It doesn’t make such impression from outside but after first step in you will be astonished. Rectangular building supported by one single column with capital in form of palm. The only thing in...More

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Reviewed September 14, 2017

Eleven kilometers southeast of Berlanga de Duero on SO 152 lies the unique hermitage of a saint who few remember today. The chapel lies away from the road halfway up a hillside. The rude exterior, reflecting the troubled and dangerous times in which the hermitage...More

Thank Ray V
Reviewed July 24, 2016

It was my second visit of this very old shrine, where the visitor can see frescos on the walls and the exotic palmtree central column, besides other arabic shapes

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Reviewed April 3, 2016

This little church tucked up its little valley is well worth a visit, we had heard it was painted etc, but it's something really special. Obviously, it's a travesty that huge chunks of its paintings were sold to the Prado and then on to America,...More

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Reviewed May 13, 2014

If you are in the area, then come here. Church is a unique mix of styles, feeling rather more like a mosque than a church. Frescos in their day would have been superb but sadly much has been moved to museums and you can only...More

Thank Grahamek
Reviewed September 9, 2013

This is a fascinating small Hermitage built in the 12th Century by the Moors and Christians together, with architecture and murals that evoke both Faiths. Check open days before going.

1  Thank Mickadvisor
Reviewed April 4, 2013 via mobile

We were told to see this in Casillas de Berlanga (very small town), but we found nothing there. Thank goodness that some hikers directed us to it (leaving Casillas) to the right. The man in charge of San Baudelio told us that the paintings were...More

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