Between Langa de Duero, Valdanzo, Santa Cruz de Salceda and Valdanzuelo, the Camino del Cid (El Cid Path) is formed and the hispanists pinpoint the Corpes’ oak forest as the precise location where the daughters of EL Cid suffered attacks from their husbands, according the poem of Mío Cid.
It is an area with great natural beauty. One of the most well-known would be the hunting reserve. Started in the 90s, various competitions are held there.
In the village there are the remains of a Templar castle and near it, on the hillside, stands the Romanesque parish church which is dedicated to Nuestra Señora de la Asunción. Made of ashlar stone, it dates back to the end of the XI century and has been declared a Heritage of Cultural Interest. Its southern façade from the XIII century is worth visiting for its pre-gothic columns. The remains of Romanesque paintings are conserved inside.
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