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Hoyuelos

The church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción in the town of Hoyuelos embraces different periods from the Romanesque to the Baroque. The Romanesque style portal y made of ashlar masonry framed by two jambs supporting two archivolts. The gothic-style apse is from the fifteenth or early-sixteenth century, the nave features renaissance characters. The church tower also encompasses three styles: Romanesque, Gothic, and the third section, built to house the bells, is seventeenth-century Baroque. The stately palace dating to the first third of the sixteenth century is in very good condition following its restauration, and is a fine example of an old Segovian casona, or mansion, with its plateresque portal adorned with columns, medallions, figures and the coats-of-arms of the Arias Dávila and Osorio de Virués families. The palace currently belongs to the Marquis of Lozoya.

Reference Guide

YUSTE GARCIA, PEDRO MANUEL

Mixed farming

Santa María, 13
40136 - Hoyuelos

   

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