Moneixas (San Adrián)

This Romanesque church of the XII century conserves the rectangular apse with a barrel vault made with irregular stones, its triumphal arch and reinforcing bow. Both arch are over columns with huge capitals decorated with leaves. Triumphal arch capital is decorated by human and lion heads too.

The rest of the church was reformed. It was opened two chapels, one in the south and other in the north which was increased at Modern times like a Carmen Virgin chapel-sanctuary.

A mural painting was discovered inside the south wall on the top because of some works. It is possible that it was painted in the end of XV century or beginning of XVI century. It represents flagellation.

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Imagen Moneixas (San Adrián)