The Basilica of St. Mary of Eunate is nailed in Muruzabal municipality, province of Navarra, Spain, in the Camino de Santiago. This iconic building belongs to the late twelfth century. Its origin is attributed to the Knights Templar, and was intended to meet the needs of pilgrims who traveled to Santiago. The main floor is octagonal, and forward this pentagonal apse sticks forming the chapel. The whole is surrounded by a continuous arcade atrium discovered undeniable beauty and originality.