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Time: 1.20 h

Kilometres: 12 km (one way)

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¿Tienes invitados a comer? Sorpréndeles con este suculento y sabroso plato.

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The Camino de la Lengua (Spanish Language Route) starts from the San Millán de la Cogolla Monasteries in La Rioja and passes through five locations that have had a special and unique relationship with the history of the Spanish language in Spain: the Santo Domingo de Silos Monastery in Burgos and the cities of Valladolid, Salamanca, Ávila and Alcalá de Henares. 

The Yuso and Suso Monasteries in San Millán de la Cogolla: birthplace of the written word.

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En la Sierra, el tiempo gotea personas. El otoño comienza a vaciar calles y viviendas. En apenas unas semanas, los 1.200 habitantes que bullen y huyen del mundanal ruido de la ciudad se transforman en treinta. El invierno marca negativos en el termómetro y espanta la vida. La capital espera a 84 kilómetros, algunos de ellos concienzudamente sinuosos y escurridizos. La distancia. Este alejamiento lleva al desafecto, pero también conserva la tradición en formol. Canales de la Sierra nos recibe a un kilómetro de altitud, bajo la atenta mirada de la Demanda, pastos para ganado y antiguos litigios entre esta villa y Monterrubio de la Demanda (Burgos).

Pasear por el suelo silencioso de esta población despierta ecos del pasado. Una pequeña gruta lanza hacia La Rioja (y el mundo) al río Najerilla, el más importante de todos los autóctonos. Aquí, no es agua lo que falta. Allá por finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX, nos explican, la industria textil vivía un esplendor que hoy atestiguan las piedras y las palabras de viejos canaliegos. El antiguo lavadero, el secadero, la tintorería, la prensa. Tenían la fama y también cardaban la lana.

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Tiempo: 1,45 h

 

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Pre-Romanesque

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Pre-Romanesque. Paleochristian art.Basilica of Santa María de Arcos, in Tricio.This is the oldest religious monument in La Rioja. It was originally a 3rd century Roman mausoleum which was converted into a Christian basilica in the 5th Century, re-using architectural items from the old Roman city of Tritium Megallum or Tricio the Great, which encompassed the current village of Tricio, Nájera and other nearby localities. Some 5th and 6th century Paleochristian tombs were discovered buried under the basilica floor, in addition to some re-used 1st and 3rd century a.d. Roman sarcophagi and other medieval ones; also some Roman funeral stelae and a Paleochristian stela. The chevet conserves the remains of some end-of-12th Century Romanesque paintings, repainted over the original 5th Century Paleochristian originals.The building has a typical basilican structure with a longitudinal floor plan with three naves and a square chevet. The side naves are separated from the central nave by a series of arches resting on Corinthian columns formed by fragments of 1st century Roman columns. In the 18th century, the basilica interior was covered with Baroque fine ornamental plasterwork. The original carving of the Virgin of Arcos, a 9th Century pre-Romanesque black Virgin is to be found in the parish church of Tricio.Martyrium of Santa ColomaOf reduced dimensions, it may have been constructed in the 5th Century. It is composed of three square chambers; underneath the largest, central chamber there is a small crypt accessed by two narrow stairways from the side chambers. The crypt is covered with a pendentive dome and the sides with spherical segments on pendentives. There are references of a former monastery at Santa Coloma, restored by Ordoño II in the 10th century, and of martyrs’ tombs. Pre-Romanesque. Mozarabic art.The use of the horse-shoe arch and ribbed vaulting can be seen at: the Hermitage of Santa María de Peñalva, in Arnedillo; the Hermitages of San Pedro and San Andrés, in Torrecilla in Cameros.

The RomansThe Romans left an important legacy in our lands: roads, bridges, aqueducts... 

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Mosaic of cultures

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On Sunday we suggest a unique cultural visit: The Monasteries of Suso and Yuso at San Millán de la Cogolla, World Heritage Site and cradle of the Spanish language. The Route of the Spanish Language starts off from these monasteries in La Rioja.

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Tiempo: 3,15 h

Kilómetros: 30

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La Rioja is most famous for its pinchos (small tapas) and wine. Shall we go out for pinchos?

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