This small town of 96 inhabitants belongs to the sexmo of Cabezas, in the Community of Villa y Tierra de Segovia; It is located about 35 km from Cuéllar and 11 from Carbonero el Mayor.
This place was known long ago with the name of pinar negriello, which means black pine, because this place is in an area where this species was abundant.
What to see
Church of San Nicolas de Bari
Late construction of the s. XVIII, it has a neoclassical altarpiece. Located in the street of Aldea real. Visible during hours of worship.
Hermitage of Christ of Penegral
The temple houses an image that alludes to the resin or black pine, which is taken in procession in case of plague or drought. The hermitage opens for the novenas, the rest of the time it remains closed. SG-P-2211 is located at the entrance of the town.
Park of the hermitage of Cristo Penegral, of a great extension. Also in the interior of the town on Pimentel Street there is another park with benches and swings that extends from the hermitage. Also opposite the town hall is a small wooded area with benches and a fountain.
In this site, a place known as the Fearful of Otero draws attention, which according to legend in this place is buried the daughter of one of the most powerful families of that place, which holds a treasure and that only the chosen you will find it.
Right next to El Temeroso are the ruins of the hermitage of Santa Águeda, there is a prepared route that leaves Pinarnegrillo and passes through this enclave and returns to Pinarnegrillo again, being circular https://recorriendotierradepinares.jimdo.com/app/download/12143257827/ruta+2.pdf?t=1472625717
End of September in honor of the Virgen del Rosario
December 6 in honor of San Nicolas de Bari.
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