- ABAJAS DE BUREBA
- AGUILAR DE BUREBA
- AHEDO DE BUREBA
- ARCONADA DE BUREBA
- BARCINA LOS MONTES
- BUSTO DE BUREBA
- CARCEDO DE BUREBA
- CASTIL DE LENCES
- ESCOBADOS DE ABAJO
- LENCES DE BUREBA
- LOS BARRIOS DE BUREBA
- MOLINA DEL PORTILLO
- MONASTERIO DE RODILLA
- NAVAS DE BUREBA
- PINO DE BUREBA
- RIO QUINTANILLA
- SALINILLAS DE BUREBA
- SOTO DE BUREBA
- VALLE LAS CADERECHAS
- VILLANUEVA DE LOS MONTES
The restoration of the “coppers” the altarpiece of the chapel of the Hospital of Our Lady of the Rosary, popularly known as the Hospitalillo has resulted in the recovery of fifteen painted on copper representing scenes from the mysteries of the Rosary works.
These restored works were featured in the plenary hall of the Town Hall and will remain in the exhibition hall on the second floor exposed to the public until August 12.
The presentation was made by Mercedes Serrano restorer works and René Payo official chronicler of the province.
In 1988, it was first performed by the Chronicle of oniense neighboring village, where two hundred people are involved, of which more than half comes on stage, which is a beautiful coral show.
15 August and the weekend closest.
Show in which the history of the town of Oña is told. The origin of the festival is that, following the customs of other urban centers, a group of citizens of Oña had the idea of staging the story, mainly from the eleventh and twelfth centuries
(And thus other historical passages, with the passing of time, had far-reaching implications nationwide: La Reconquista) of the monastery of the town of Oña, which has (among other historical merit, artistic, cultural, architectural, etc .) a funeral together with eight graves, where kings are buried, infants, counts, bishops, princesses … that in the passing of time, and in various avatars of different types (war, fratricidal struggles, fighting against Arab invader, various partnerships, etc.), forged the kingdom of Castile.
Many of the characters, whose tombs are in the monastery, appear in the scene.
From blog of ZáLez. Posted by Zalez blog.
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