The ornate carved portal of San Esteban Protomartir,the Catholic church in Abalos.
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- The carved portal of the Catholic church in Abalos,San Esteban Protomartir
- The impressive carved portica of the renaissance convent of La Piedad looks across the courtyard at the recently converted hotel,Senorio de Casalareinna converted from part of the convent
- The entrance to an old disused winery in the village of Abalos
- The twin bell towers of the Church of San Francisco Javier flank its elaborately carved portal
- The 15th Century church in Najera has distinctive reddish brick and rounded buttresses. Najera beccame the seat of the Kings of Navarra after the Moors took Pamplona in 918AD. It is one of the towns pilgrims visit along the Camino de Santiago.
- The door of one of the winery warehouses at the old railway siding at Haro previously used by the wineries to transport the Rioja wine to Bilbao
- Carved figurines of two of the Twelve Apostles which surround the elegant carved portal of the 16th Century church of Santo Tomas in Haro.
- The impressive carved portica of the renaissance convent of La Piedad looks across the courtyard at the recently converted hotel,Senorio de Casalareinna converted from part fo the convent
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