Colegiata de San Miguel

Castilla y León

In the centre of Aguilar de Campóo, the elongated Plaza de España is capped at its eastern end by the Colegiata de San Miguel, a 14th-century Gothic church with a fine Romanesque entrance. It remains closed for the foreseeable future for restoration works, but is still worth tracking down for its quite lovely western door.

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