The Church of Saint Millan

The Church of Saint Millan has Romanesque style. It was from 1111 to 1123, being Alphonse I of Aragon the King. It's similar to the Jaca's Cathedral (province of Huesca). It has three naves with apses and transept, which is not noted in the plan. The tower was built in the XI century. Its style is Spanish Arabian.

There are two arcades, opened to the North and to the South, respectively, which were built at the XIII century, showing archeries divided by pilars and chaptels.

Inside, naves are isolated by strong cross-shaped pilars.

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Updated: August 28, 1.996