Santo Tomás de las Ollas Church


A Carolingian church.

The building mixes the Lombard style with Mozarab and Romanesque.

It was built in the 10th century. Its roof has a Carolingian or Lombard character. The Main Chapel is very original because its 9 horseshoe arches form an irregular 11-sided polygon at the highest part. This Mozarab church also has a 12th-century Romanesque main front.

Santo Tomás de las Ollas Church

Calle de la Iglesia, s/n.

24416  Santo Tomás de Ollas, Ponferrada, León  (Castilla y Leon)

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