26.- Church of San Salvador de Priesca Pre-Romanesque church with a basilica ground plan formed by a nave and two aisles. all of them covered with wood and separated by square base masonry pillars with imposts of mouldings and bases that sustain three brick semi-circular arches. In the walls of the nave. on the pillars. there are four rectangular openings on each side. closed with lattices (mostly rebuilt). The roof is made of wooden truss. The chevet is tripartite. with three chapels covered with barrel vaults. The central chapel is surrounded by a blind arcade formed by semi-circular arches on attached columns with capitals of schematic leaves which. together with the capitals of the triumph arch. are reminiscent of the church of Valdediós. At the foot of the church there is a portico divided into three enclosures and on the central one stands a rostrum. Above the central chapel appears the typical supra-abscess camera. accessible only from the outside. The original pavement. of thick concrete in Roman style. is preserved in most of the building. The sculptural decoration is composed of an interesting set of capitals and imposts distributed along the blind arcade that runs through the central chapel. as well as the arches at the entrance to the chapels. the pillars of the interior arcades and the access bay from the West. There are also remains of the pictorial decoration that covered the interior of the building which. although very damaged. still allows to appreciate motifs such as human figures. representations of palaces and fields of hexagons in the vaults of the apses. as well as remains of arcades blinds on the walls of the side chapels. In the exterior the highlights are the geminated window of the superior chamber of the chevet. the lattices that close the openings. and an ajimez window in the exterior wall of the sacristy. to the South.