Liesa

Situated on a hill close to the village, this is popular, austere architecture;  it has a crude porch and only one nave.  The austerity outside contrasts with the pictorical wealth of its inside walls that conserve a rich ensemble of XIV century lineal Gothic style or Franco-Gothic paintings.  These depict the torture of San Valero, San Vicente and Santa Catalina.

Visits: Ask for the key in the village.  During the summer season there are guided visits.

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