Photographer's Note

At the left, the hermitage of Quintanilla del Coco. Also known as the hermitage of the “Virgen de las naves”.

Time ago it was the church of what today we call a “despoblado” (is a spanish word that is used for call the villages disappeared, villages what lost its population and, sometimes, also its houses).
The name of the ancient village was Santa María de las Naves.

Once time the ancient village disappeared, this little church was the reason of a discussion between Quintanilla del Coco, Santibáñez del Val and Tejada.
The three villages wanted this church as its own hermitage.
Of course, as in a good film, the good won.

Behind us there is the place called the Churrión.
Here, two persons walking and returning home. Just above the hill, the hermitage.

And nice and long walk.
Nice colours, nice weather, nice calm, nice smells.

You’re welcome.

I hope you like it.

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