Asturias, is an autonomous community in north-west Spain. It is coextensive with the province of Asturias, and contains some of the territory that was part of the larger Kingdom of Asturias in the Middle Ages.
'Leaving the council of Piloa one enters Parres', very hilly and not so fertile or populated with trees like the one where the plots of the two old families of Nevares and Corderos are located, which [...]
Although its origins do not differ, in principle, from the great existential enigma that comes with the great majority of these authentic jewels of our Romanesque peninsular, its details, together wit [...]
One of the most spectacular and interesting Asturian councils, is this one of Teverga Neighbor of other no less spectacular councils, like Quirs, Proaza or Santo Adriano, does not keep only an indmita [...]
The lack of data of all kinds that exists in this specific theme of the Templars is impressive and it can only be explained by thinking that someone - who was, of course, from Rome - gave the strict o [...]
'In the Cathedral of Asturias, myths are ornaments of their fountains, their paths, their forests And they do not hinder the prayer that rises in them, amazed as if it were a lark' (1)
Possessing a determinant halo of legend and mystery, the relics that are guarded in the Holy Chamber of the Cathedral of San Salvador de Oviedo, attract, after the centuries, a crowd of people, of all [...]
'I tasted the honey of the unlimited in the Cup of the Eternal Lotus I crossed the tunnel of suffering and found the hidden path of happiness And I saw some rays of light crossing the silent desert of the night '
[Rabindranth Tagore (1)]
This interesting Romanesque church of Santa Mara de Narzana is located, two kilometers from Vega, the capital of the council of Sariego Elevated on a valley in which, as usual, the different shades of [...]