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The origin of this Romanesque chapel, south of Pamplona and a few miles from Puente la Reina, remains unknown. It may have been a funerary chapel on the pilgrim road, as the human bones found there suggest. The outside gallery, now exposed, formerly led to adjoining buildings and was used by pilgrims as a shelter. Isolated in the middle of a field, the chapel is harmonious in proportion and design.