San Andrés Apóstol Parish Church - Becerril de la Sierra
Classified as a baroque-rural style church in the transition of the 16th to the 17th centuries, with a certain Herrerian influence, it has two remarkable volume elements: the three part separated by imposts bell tower, and the portico supported by Tuscan columns, lodging the atrium at the Epistle Aisle (Right aisle). The atrium is without any doubt the most valuable body of the ensemble.
Built with the Sierra materials, the granite stone is shown as a combination of masonry and ashlars bond.
El Caño Fountain - Becerril de la Sierra
It was built in 1889 and rebuilt in 1982. It is made of granite stone, has a unique cylindrical shaped drinking fountain, and a central prismatic body with two pipes.