Built between two gorges, this village has two districts united by several streets.  Its popular architecture offers two flour mills, the XVI century Ascaso home, the Laborda home, the local prison, the drinking fountain, etc.  Worthy of attention are the protective elements used for the homes, the “scare-witches” crowning the enormous cone-trunk chimneys known here as “chamineras”.  Ena has a parish church dedicated to Saint Peter, the typology is popular and the hermitage is dedicated to the Virgen del Camino.

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