Certain examples of stately homes that adorn coats of arms and that are of ashlar masonry stand out in the civil architecture of the village, many of them from the XVIII century have a double origin: some of them belonged to families of the gentry and others were home to different chaplains of the parish.
Walking through the streets of this Ribeñero village, we find the fount, which gives name and insignia to this beautiful village. The name Fuentelisendo comes from the name Fuente Lisendro(Font Alesandro).
Nestled in the valley of the River Riaza, it is worth visiting the church of San Bartolomé for its main altar with its decoration about the patron saint. It has some beautiful side altarpieces from the architecture of the last Renaissance period.
The village of Fuentenebro is located in the southernmost part of the province of Burgos, in the Ribera del Duero region. It has an area of 38.69 Km squared and this makes it one of the largest villages in Castile and Leon, in terms of surface area.
Gumiel de Izán is found in the Ribera del Duero region and enjoys excellent travel links thanks to the A1 Madrid-Burgos. Its rich past dates back at least to the Roman period, of which two bridges still remain: San Pedro Bridge and San Antonio Bridge over the River Gromejón.
At 72 Km from Burgos and 14 Km from Aranda de Duero, it is located in an area of a Major pine forest and the River Gromejón also flows through the area. Until the XII century it made up a large council that included Sotillo de la Ribera del Duero, and La Aguilera, which after numerous disputes were separated.
Guzmán is found some 80 Km to the southeast of Burgos, in the Ribera del Duero region, 35 Km from Aranda de Duero, on the boundary of the provinces of Valladolid and Palencia, roughly 70 Km away from these provinces.