Church of Our Lady of the Assumption in Veo

Alcudia de Veo

It dates back to the 18th century. It’s a small rectangular temple. The roof is vaulted and it also has a simple main altar with several side altars on the sides of the temple in the street Calle de San Marcelo. The facade is quite simple and the bell tower is adjacent to the western side of the facade. Just as the rest of the temple, it’s made of masonry and mortar lime except the final stretch which is tiled. It’s got needle capitals decorated in blue tiles.