29.- Church of Santa María de la Oliva in Villaviciosa This church was built slightly after 1270. grant date of the Municipal charter to Villaviciosa on behalf of the King Alfonso X. This building is a transition between the Romanesque and the Gothic style. It has a rectangular floor. a single nave and a rectangular front. with an adjoined sacristry and arcades facing the south wall. The southern façade of the church has two even archivolts that are supported on two columns on either side. which present zoomorphic and antropomorphic motif capitals. On the western façade. which is directly adjacent to the Camino de Santiago. the main front rises with a proto-Gothic style. with four archivolts decorated with five-petalled and zigzag motifs and with eight historiated capitals. A bag-piper is represented on one of the columns. On the keystone of this façade. the virgin appears with the child Jesus. A rose window with openwork tracery opens above the keystone. The temple is built with stone blocks. The nave has a two-sided rood and the front has a three-sided one.