is the oldest brick building in Sahagun. The Romanesque church dates back to the 12th century. It has three naves ending in semicircular apses. The massive crossing tower has three rows of windows. It collapsed in 1949 and was reconstructed.
From behind the church looks less attractive.
Inside the church, a view of the central apse ...
... and to the right.
In the center of the choir stalls is a sacophagus from the 13th century. It was originally in the ruined monastery of San Facudo y San Primitivo.
I have tried to find out who is lying there, without success!
Photos: Gerhard Eichinger