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Iglesia de Santo Tomás de las Ollas
A Carolingian church.
This building combines the Lombard style, with that of the Mozarabic and Romanesque.
Built in the 10th century, its roof is Carolingian or Lombard in character. The Main Chapel is extremely original in that it has nine horseshoe arches that serve to make up an irregular eleven-sided polygon at their highest points. This Mozarabic church has an 11th century Romanesque doorway.