Temple with an elongated ground plan, with a simple rectangular roof, narrower than the base, with straight walls devoid of buttresses. On the east wall there is a lobed rose window. Both in its forms and in its doorway with a very acute arch, an advanced chronology of the 13th century can be appreciated, in a style of transition from Romanesque to Gothic.
The eaves are supported by an interesting display of corbels, such as a lizard, a pair of quadrupeds, a man and woman paired together or a knight on his mount.


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