San Miguel Church
The church of San Miguel de Lobios is a beautiful monument located in the place of Fondevila.
Of baroque style, s.XVIII, emphasizes its enormous bell tower, that stands out very stylized of the rectangular body of the temple. Precisely this characteristic, its rectangular plant, contrasts with most of the parish churches of A Baixa Limia, with a plant in the shape of a Latin cross. Hence its uniqueness.
Built in 1755, its main characteristic is that the bell tower is ahead of the main façade, centred and separated from the body of the church, which allows the creation of porticoes at its base. The atrium is accessed through two sides, thus showing a very baroque criterion. The tower is divided into several bodies, with a large balustrade and pinnacles finished off with balls.
In the interior we can observe altarpieces and imagery.
This church bears an important resemblance to that of San Salvador de Manín (1764), with the same bell tower system. This is due to the fact that both temples were built by the same abbot, Don Manuel de la Llana.