Santa Cristina de Lena

One of the highlights of any of the walks on the Camino de Santiago is its architecture. Santa Cristina de Lena was built in the early 800s and is a fine example of pre-Romanesque style. In a post on Oviedo for 91 Days, author Michael Powell pens a brief description accompanied with several great detailed shots of the small ancient church. Get the site and insight of Santa Cristina de Lena here.

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One Response to Santa Cristina de Lena

  1. Andrea says:

    Thanks so much for the link! Great photos & so interesting.

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