Church of St. Bartholomew Apostle
The parochial temple is dedicated to St. Bartholomew Apostle. Its origin dates back to the end of the 16th century, but it is the result of works and remodeling of different periods. It is a building of great simplicity with a basilica plant, covered with a canyon vault, rectangular apse and a small porch at the entrance. It has small side chapels. The ones on the right hand side communicate and the center, larger and with a simple dome, dedicates itself to the Blessed Sacrament. In the apse two rooms are opened, the one on the right is used as a sacristy. At the foot of the temple is the bell tower and a superior gallery for the choir. The decoration of the building is quite sober with classical motifs. There are several images, among them the one of San Canuto, traditional pattern of the young people who were called to fifth. Highlight the wood carving of the Virgen del Rosario.
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