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Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio

Heritage of Cultural Interest since 1980.

 

This fortified house in Almarza has a quadrangular floor plan with a central courtyard and is defended by a barrier, part of which is still standing. It also has battlement hexes on its walls and round towers on three of its angles where you can see gargoyles sculpted in the stone and pieces of artillery from the 15th century. Over the door, there is the coat of arms of the Medrano family. The church has a Latin cross floor plan with a central nave with ribbing, an ample dome and a beautiful main façade. You can still see the classical polychromatic choir above the medieval baptismal font. The church was a parish during many years under the name San Gregorio, however, it is currently desecrated. The cloister has two porticoed buildings placed at different angles and is paved with river stones like traditional Sorian houses. Nowadays the Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio has been restored and conditioned as a venue to hold events and weddings. It also had two rural houses where one can spend the night.

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Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio
Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio
Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio
Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio
Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio
Fortified Mansion of San Gregorio

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