Luesma

Village located near the Sierra de Herrera, the river its name, although the town sits on a plain.

Highlight the parish church dedicated to Our Lady of La Junquera, highlighting its peculiarity is that it is built on a rocky spur. The original temple was partially collapsed, so that only the Mudejar tower retains part of the sixteenth and eighteenth and part of the walls of the head.
Inside are preserved pendentives decorated with a fresco paintings attributed to the Aragonese painter Francisco de Goya by some authors, there is shown the Holy Fathers.
It is currently being restored.

The hermitage of San Cristóbal stands on a hill near the village. Dated in the sixteenth century, has two sections covered with wooden gable over the chancel arches and is magreater height.
Retains peirones of San Pascual, Santa Barbara (in the way of Herrera and the Forsaken), recently rebuilt.
Nearby, on the mountain known as cabezo del Pino, there are still remnants of the trenches of the Civil War and distributed by the municipality, various natural sources, such as the carpenter, the rebosilla, the old fountain & hellip ,.
Bolillos
Detalle de casa de Luesma
Detalle de casa de Luesma
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Junquera
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Junquera
Bolillos
Monte Cabezo del Pino
Detalle de casa de Luesma
Detalle de casa de Luesma
Detalle de casa de Luesma
Campana
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Junquera

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