|The previously flooded town of San Pedro de la Nave.|
Photos in this post by Jessica Knauss 2017.
What do you do?
|The bricks look haphazard, but they aren't. Just some of the sly smarts |
of Visigothic architecture. Note the alabaster window, a recent addition.
|Official tour guide Eva demonstrates how the bricks are held together. |
They're basically stapled with wooden clamps.Those holes should be in the back.
|The original site of San Pedro de la Nave. Note the foundation stones.|
|This Gothic bell tower was removed from the church |
and is now used as part of the fencing around it.
|The new altar uses blocks discovered in the dismantling process.|
|The stones look like you could knock |
them over with a feather, but trust me,
they aren't budging!