The Hermitage of Nuestra Señora de Sorejana is located 2.5 km from Cuzcurrita on a small hill. It is a building made of ashlar stone joined with mortar.
It has a single rectangular nave with four sections and a chancel, this and the first section correspond to a very late Romanesque construction from the 13th century, with a pointed barrel vault. In the 14th century, three Gothic sections were added with an octopartite rib vault roof.
The church underwent further alterations: in the 16th century a covered sacristy was added and a century later the choir loft and the raised pulpit, located at the junction of the Gothic and Romanesque parts on the epistle side, were built.
The Romanesque and Gothic parts are differentiated on the outside by buttresses.
In terms of imagery, the main altarpiece is Baroque, from the beginning of the 18th century, it also conserves a Classicist altarpiece from the beginning of the 17th century and a Romanesque style baptismal font from the 12th century.
In 1986, during reconstruction work on the sanitation of the chapel, a necropolis was discovered on the outside.


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