Church of santiago de gobiendes

Church of Saint James of Gobiendes
Iglesia de Santiago de Gobiendes (Spanish)
Basic information
Location Spain Gobiendes, Spain
Geographic coordinates 43°28′1.1″N 5°14′19.7″W / 43.466972°N 5.238806°W / 43.466972; -5.238806Coordinates: 43°28′1.1″N 5°14′19.7″W / 43.466972°N 5.238806°W / 43.466972; -5.238806

Affiliation Roman Catholic
Province Asturias
Year consecrated 9th century[1]
Ecclesiastical or organizational status Church
Architectural description
Architectural type Church
Architectural style Pre-Romanesque
Length 26 metres (85 ft)
Width 12 metres (39 ft) [1]
Width (nave) 8.6 metres (28 ft)

Saint James of Gobiendes (Spanish: Iglesia de Santiago de Gobiendes) is a Roman Catholic pre-romanesque church, located in Gobiendes, next to Colunga, Asturias, Spain. It was built during the reign of Alfonso II of Asturias, its structure is typical of pre-romanesque Asturian architecture.

It underwent through an important remodeling in 1853, beingly further restored in 1946 and in 1983.



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