Linograbado para peques
23 de noviembre de 2019, 11:00 h.
Presentación del libro Los clamores de la Tierra de Fulgencio Argüelles
16 de noviembre de 2019, 12:00 h.
"Pruévalo e verás ques çierto". Recetarios europeos de los siglos XIII al XVI
Del 15 de noviembre al 29 de diciembre de 2019 y del 1 al 29 de febrero de 2020
Club de lectura
18 de octubre, 22 de noviembre y 20 de diciembre de 2019, de 16:00 a 18:00 h.
Alfonso II built a basilica of admirable harmony in honour of San Julián and Basilisa.
With its construction being ordered by Alfonso II (791-842), it makes up a basilica floor plan temple, with triple header, three porticos, two side ones and the other located to the west. It has three naves, the centre one being wider and higher than the lateral ones, and a transept that stands out for its height, lit by a large opening on the southern side and separated from the central nave by an arch of triumph. The naves are separated by series of brick semicircular arcades over square section pillars.
The sculptural decoration is reduced to the internal arches of the main chancel, where eight reused Corinthian capitals are preserved, possibly from Visigoth times. These pieces show great technical perfection, being out of marble, probably originating from a workshop located in Tierra de Campos. Also, two marble plates decorated with hexagons and floral patterns reused as internal coating for the main chancel jambs stand out.
With its notable architectural value, the transcendental importance of Santullano lies in the conservation of the internal pictorial decoration, unparalleled in Western Europe, due to its extension, degree of conservation and iconographic programme. The fresco technique, the geometric, vegetation and architectural patterns, together with the aniconic nature of the programme, take us back to the classic 1st century prototypes from Pompey and models from Ancient History. The majesty inside Santullano allows to value appropriately the cultural level reached in the court of Oviedo.
The building was also coated externally, covering the poor wall bond. The external rendering of these buildings has been adequately proved, giving a deceitful current image: an effort has to be made to imagine them rough-coated and fully painted. Nowadays, what must be considered is returning this architecture to its original aspect, particularly where internal paintings are kept, for protection and conservation reasons.
Oviedo entrance along A-66. Exit to the centre of Oviedo.
Tel.: 687 052 826 - 985 285 582 (parish priest).
1st October to 30th April:
Mondays to Saturdays, from 10:00 to 11:30 h. Closed, 1st November and 8th, 9th y 25th December.
Monday and Thursday, from 09:30 to 13:00 h. Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday, from 09:30 to 13:00 h. and from 16:00 to 18:00 h. Closed, 14th April.
1st May to 30thJune:
Mondays, from 10:00 to 12:30 h.
Tuesdays to Saturdays, from 10:00 to 12:30 h. and from 16:00 to 17:30 h. 18th May, from 10:00 to 12:30 h. and from 16:00 to 17:00 h. Closed, 20th May and 11th June.
1st July to 30th September:
Mondays, from 10:00 to 12:30 h.
Tuesdays to Fridays, from 09:30 to 12:30 h. and from 16:00 to 17:30 h.
Saturdays, from 09:30 to 12:30 h. and from 16:00 to 17:30 h.
15th August, from 16:00 to 19:00 h.
Sundays and Bank Holidays. Closed, 20th May, 11th June. 1st November and 8th, 9th and 25th December.
Adults: € 3
Children (7-12 years old): € 0.50
Groups (+20 persons): € 2 (arrange visit).
Note: As a Parish Church, the visit timetables may be subject to unexpected changes due to extraordinary celebrations.
Este proyecto ha sido financiado por el Ministerio de Cultura del Gobierno de España.