Basilica of San Prudencio in Armentia - Tourism in Vitoria-Gasteiz
The Basilica of San Prudencio de Armentia is one of the most emblematic Romanesque temples in the province. The building is Romanesque, dating from the 12th century. Extensive reconstruction was carried out on the temple in the 18th century, altering a large part of its original structure. The building has a Latin cross layout, a transept nave and chancel with a semicircular apse.
- Romanesque architecture: apse, transept, corbels (corbel of a mermaid with a fish in her hands, look! Use zoom or binoculars).
- Sanctum made of Gothic stone.
- Pilgrimage of the 28th of April, festival of the Patron Saint of Álava in the outside fields.
- Obligatory route of the St. James’ Way pilgrims
Camino de Armentia 24, 01007 Vitoria-Gasteiz.https://www.flickr.com/photos/vgturismo/albums/72157700671890621
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