The current was Nombrevilla Nombrevilla Major and the Minor Nombrevilla existed or Old, Celtiberian home, located 1 km. From now on the banks of the Fountain of Angigüela.

Highlight the parish church of Transfiguration of the Lord, in the center of town. This Baroque church of s. XVII, has a square tower and hipped roof. The temple houses inside various altarpieces from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries, among which are dedicated to the Virgen del Pilar, the Christ on the Cross, with the right sun and moon on the left. We also find exceptional protogótica image dating back to the thirteenth century and representing the Virgin of Valvanera, patron saint of the town.

Within the municipality there are two chapels, one erected in honor of St. Antony the other to the Virgin of the Rosary, which has conducted a viewpoint panorámico. The visit to the lookout is the culmination of those who end up walking the path of the Quarries, recently restored to recover these ovens.
Preserved in its vicinity Nombrevilla three beautiful examples of traditional peirones: the Virgin of Valvanera, in the old way of Villanueva, the Virgin of Pilar, in the fork of Main Street and San Roque, in the entrance to the town from Daroca.
The population retains an old ice box in good condition, various kilns and charcoal remains of an old dovecote.
Peirón de S. Roque
Iglesia Parroquial dedicada a la Transfiguración del Señor
Detalle de casa de Nombrevilla
Ermita de la Virgen del Rosario
Detalle de casa de Nombrevilla
Peirón del Pilar
Peirón de San Roque
Paisaje en las inmediaciones de Nombrevilla
Peirón de Valvanera
Parroquial dedicada a la Transfiguración del Señor
Vistas desde la Virgen del Rosario

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