The Pyrenees Sights


Monasterio de San Pedro de Siresa

Monasterio de San Pedro de Siresa Review

The area's most important monument is a 9th-century retreat above the town of Hecho. Although now only the 11th-century church remains, it is a marvelous example of Romanesque architecture. Cheso, a medieval Aragonese dialect descended from the Latin spoken by the Siresa monks, is thought to be the closest to Latin of all Romance languages and dialects. It has been kept alive in the Hecho Valley, especially in the works of the poet Veremundo Méndez Coarasa.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Calle San Pedro, Siresa, 22720
  • Cost: €2
  • Hours: July–Sept., daily 11–1 and 5–8; Oct.–June, daily 11–1 and 3–5. If closed call Juana (628/212764) for the key
  • Location: Hecho and Ansó Valleys
Updated: 06-09-2014

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