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South of the route of Camino de Santiago Palencia, between it and the provincial capital, lies the historic town of Paredes de Nava, who still retains traces of its medieval importance.
Location linked to great historical figures such as Jorge Manrique, Berruguete and General San Martín, hero of American independence.
Remains of the rich past is the magnificent church of Santa Eulalia, blending styles ranging from Romanesque to Renaissance. It is a great treasure of paintings.
The altarpiece is magnificent and there are paintings in it Berruguete. The museum treasures of the parish work of Juan de Juni, Diego de Siloé, Juan de Valmaseda, Gregorio Fernandez, etc.
The town is in full Tierra de Campos, and its surroundings are a number of populations, also affected by a dramatic decline, but with interesting churches.