The soul of Sanabria
The Church of Our Lady of Azogue is a Romanesque church, situated at the top of Puebla de Sanabria, next to the castle. It has managed to retain its Romanesque walls from the nave and two covers that are placed on them, all the result of the second half of the 12th Century. The southern gate is situated under a porch located between the tower and the south transept. It is made up of three semicircular archivolts. The other door, to the West, is formed by four pointed archivolts. The hand columns and statues attached to them are also worth mentioning. They are made out of stone slate, while the rest is made of granite.