Las Cuerlas

In this town have found traces of human activity in the Bronze Age Celts and two ancient settlements, San Pedro and El Castillejo located in the hamlets of the same name.

The church, the late Gothic building s. XVI, is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin. Save as interesting altarpieces of the Virgen del Carmen s. XVII, decorated with columns and San Francisco, with paintings on tables and Plateresque altarpiece s. XVIII, with a relic of St. Orosia (1775).

It has two chapels:
The Virgen del Carmen of s. XVII situated on the outskirts of town and San Pedro, on the hill of the same name.

It has several peirones:
Santa Teresa, Santo Domingo de Silos and the Virgin Peirón Jaraba.

A natural level, from the hill of San Pedro you can see an extensive overview of the Gallocanta Lake and itswetlands and the typical vegetation Meadow Cuerlas.

In summer you can see in winter bustards and cranes from the Centre de la Reguera, not to mention the rest of the year during the waterfowl eye area.

Vistas desde las inmediacines de Las Cuerlas
Detalle de una casa de la población
Detalle de una puerta en Las Cuerlas
Iglesia de la Asunción de la Virgen.
Interior de la Iglesia de la Asunción de la Virgen
Iglesia de la Asunción de la Virgen.

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