Iglesia de San Mamés Mártir
(Villatuelda, Spain)

The parish church of San Mames to Villatuelda (Castilla y León , Burgos) style is Romanesque transitioning to Gothic , also known as tardorrománico .
 
The temple entrance was protected by a simple porch until, in the decade of the 71 , that item was removed. Instead of tower has belfry . Contrary to what happens in other churches in the Valley of the Sewer, the front is facing north.
 
The parish has an altarpiece Gothic XVI century . Access to the pulpit Mudejar prayed one of the pillars of the temple. A gothic christ sizable and well crafted that belonged to this parish, is now in the church of St. Julian of Burgos.
 
This church belongs to the School of the Sewer , characterized by the construction of temples cottages belonging to the late Romanesque. They highlight the doors, which are often influenced by Monumental Cistercian . Large, flared, the doors have numerous Archivolts supported by columns and geometric decoration. Often the capitals with floral motifs.

Basic Information

Year consecrated: ---
Ecclesiastical status: Church
Architectural style: Gothic
Address: Villatuelda Castilla y León, Curgos, Spain
Coordinates: 41.815, -3.881944
Website: http://villatuelda.wordpress.com/iglesia/
Phone: (+ 34) 947
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