It must be the greatest and most famous religious building in Logroño. We are in front of the Co-cathedral of Santa María de La Redonda, standing out with its two towers. The porch is really admirable.
It is also very nice to have a walk in the interior, where there are different paintings, such as the Crucifixion, attributed to Michelangelo Buonarotti. There are also very lively sculptures. The day I visited the co-cathedral there was almost no one so we could appreciate the entire church.
I was not surprised at all when I saw the wire netting in the porch so that pigeons would not make the entrance dirty. I had the opportunity to see how they prepared the Holy Week in the city, with many volunteers and curious tourists. During the last week of March, I had the opportunity to enjoy this monument and this quiet village bathed by the Ebro river.