This church is mediaeval in origin, although the current church is Baroque and dates from the 17th century. It has a single nave, a ground plan in the shape of a classic Latin cross, and a dome supported on pendentives in the transept. Located at the foot of the castle, this is one of the oldest and most important monuments in the old quarter of town.
Church of San Andrés
Calle Gil y Carrasco, s/n.
24400 Ponferrada, León (Castilla y Leon)
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