The Junta de Castilla y León declared the village of Becerril de Campos as a Site of Cultural Interest with a Historic Site category on July 7, 2004.
The town had seven churches and several hermitages. The village that once was the most abundant in number of clerics and only surpassed by Carrión in terms of the number of churches or places dedicated to worship, has seen how the passage of time has taken memories, art and history.
Arch of the entrance, known as 'Puerta de la Villa' or 'Arco de Santa María', ogival style of the eighteenth century and the only remaining remains of the old medieval wall that surrounded the town.
El Humilladero, a small building of the sixteenth century as a simple testimony of Christian piety located on the edge of the road next to the Old Fountain where the traveler or traveler humbled himself when passing through this devout place.
The Church of San Miguel in Gothic style is oriented to the southern end of the town. It consists of a single nave, brick tower at the foot and chapel. On the high altar, he had a beautiful plateresque altarpiece that was sold in 1943 and moved to the chapel of the working neighborhood of Venta de Baños.
The Church of San Martín was built in the 16th century, although the only remaining part of it today is the Mudejar tower of the 14th century. How other churches of the town the entrance to it is through an atrium and a portico with Romanesque columns.
Between 1904 and 1909 the current Town Hall was built, located in the central square of the town. In the place occupied long ago by schools, prisons and old portals. The main facade that is topped with a clock tower, not only draws attention in terms of its structure and decoration but also by the educational phrases or moral sayings that they read under their windows and that they may be due to a purely educational intention, since as we said in this building the schools were housed. Open all year round from Monday to Friday during office hours (9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.). Free access.
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The church of Santa Eugenia is the only one open to worship today.
In front is the fountain of the square or source of the pipes.