Capilla de San Miguel - San Miguel Chapel
It was founded by Froila and built in 940, in the vegetable garden of the Celanova monastery. It is a jewel of Mozarab art, with three bodies: a vestibule; the nave, of quadrangular plan, and an apse of circular plan but rectangular from the outside. Inside, it has a cross vault on horseshoe arches in the transept and raised dome. Its roof is pitched. The entrance door is lintelled. It is dedicated to San Miguel.
Origin: 10th century
Artistic period: Mozarabic
Historic period: 10th century
Plaza Mayor s/n
32800 Celanova (Ourense)
Guided tours for groups by prior appointment.
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