History[ edit ] Santa María Del Campo was rebuilt in in the Lombard-Gothic style, having already existed in the 12th century under the name of Saint Santa karcsúbb of the Perch.
The boundaries of the municipality of Santa María del Campo are established in approximately 60 square kilometers, and includes the town of Escuderos with a current population of about inhabitants under its administration. The building itself is mostly a combination of two construction stages. The part located at the foot of the ships is archaic with its 13th century principles, and has a small cloister dating back to In Bishop Acuña's time at the end of the 15th century, it became a new more slender and luminous head with a cover in each end of the cruise.
Among one of the greatest works of this church is the monumental tower built by Diego de Siloe in having defeated Felipe Vigarny in the contest called for its construction. The entrance to the church is covered with a barrel vault with casetones, and is flanked, externally, by half Corinthian columns, which leaves space for niches in which statues are placed.
The church has a total of three entrances with the main one located under the tower and the other two located in the cruise.
The northern portal was carved beginning in the 16th century. The choir was dismantled in and moved to the central nave.
The masonry at the end of the 15th century, is decorated with a series of geometric motifs of an advanced Gothic style.
The presbytery is located at a higher level compared to the rest of the church. Attached to one of the transept pillars is a plaster pulpit that santa karcsúbb built during the beginning of the 16th century.
Six painting boards of different altarpieces were assembled in order to form the current altar of the trascoro, in front of the main entrance door to the church.
Pilgrimage of Our Lady of Squires, held on September