Church of San Lourenzo de Fión


The Romanesque apse and two sections from the first third of the 12th century have been preserved. The apse is semicircular and outside has three fragments divided by attached columns. Inside are three baroque altarpieces and murals from the 16th century showing the Last Judgement and the Martyrdom of Saint Lawrence.

The building as we see it today dates from the renovations made in the 18th century, when it was altered to rural Galician baroque, adding a door with a lintel, an oculus window and a belfry with two openings and pinnacles. It has a rectangular nave with walls of granite blocks arranged in horizontal rows and a ridged roof. Of particular note are the corbels with their ornamental elements. The sacristy is attached to one of the side walls of the nave.

San Lourenzo de Fión

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The interior of the church is closed, and can only be accessed by contracting a visit with official guides.

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