Within the municipality of Sasamón, in the province of Burgos, we find the arch of San Miguel de Mazarreros, one of the most important points of interest in the Castilian-Leonese community. This arch is the only remaining structure of what would be the entrance of a church located there, being an example of the cultural heritage of this town.
Although there are many more important points within the municipality of Sasamón, the arch of San Miguel de Mazarreros is one of the most outstanding. It stands out for its late Romanesque architecture, as well as its great historical value since it is part of the old town of San Miguel de Mazarreros, which disappeared at the end of the 15th century when it joined the municipality of Sasamón.
Although this architectural work is currently the only one that can be appreciated from the church located there years ago, many people come to appreciate this arch since it represents an architectural remainder of great historical value. Among these visitors are a large number of pilgrims who come from Burgos along the Camino Francés, as well as other people who come to enjoy this area.
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