Murero

Municipality located in the narrowing Jiloca Valley, before opening his final course towards Calatayud. It is set in a very different geological materials ranging from the Cambrian to the Quaternary.

It is globally valued Valdemiedes Rambla, near the village, which holds one of the most important records of the beginning of life in its paleontological, declared of Cultural Interest in 1997. Notable for the diversity of fossil trilobite genus, among others.

In his village, stands the parish church of the Assumption, with baroque tower although simple answer Mudejar tradition being, perhaps, an old watchtower.
More important for attracting and devotion manifested in the abundance of popular votive offerings, is the hermitage of San Mames,Atea on the road, one of the largest in the area. Besides celebrating its romeríay dance party, we should mention the murals inside that, despite its technical quality, are valued as realistic example s folk art. XIX.
They also highlight the numerous peirones, Virgen del Carmen, Virgen del Rosario, Souls, San Cristóbal, San Gregorio and San Mames.
Escudo de una casa familiar
Torre de la Iglesia de Sta Mª la Mayor
Paisaje de Murero
Imagen de la Ermita de S. Mamés
Detalle de la localidad
Panorámica de la Ermita de S. Mamés
Panel informativo del Yacimiento Paleontológico
Detalle de la localidad
Ermita de S. Mamés
Casa Palaciega
Ermita de S. Mamés

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