Basic details

Name: Saint Eulalia of Ujo (Santolaya de Uxo)
Description: It is a Romanesque building from the 12th century or beginning of the 13th. It was rebuilt in the 1930's. Due to the kind of iconographic collection, it is included in the Romanesque of Villaviciosa. It was declared National Monument on June 27th in 1923. It must be founded in Alfonso II's age. It suffered several repairs and it was moved from its original setting due to the Pajares electric line. The reform doesn't totally respect the former structure. It preserves from the Romanesque the front with archivoltes in zigzag. It is supported by two columns, two in each side, with capitals of figurative animal and vegetable motifs. It also preserves the triumphal arch and the semicircular apse, including both of them various sculptural elements from the usual Romanesque collection. It stands out the projecting and molding eaves, together with the decoration in tiles. In 1922, it was destroyed the former Romanesque temple, building afterwards this one in historicist style

Additional information

  • Type: Religious Architecture
  • Characteristics: Romanesque
  • Accessibility for disabled:
  • Opening dates: All year

Contact details

contacto

Uxo 33640 Mieres Uxo

Gallery

  • Iglesia de Sta Eulalia de Ujo

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