I will retry the original post in two parts
The following photos give you some of the details around the little village of Villamayor de Monjardin.
The comment below comes from a camino website:
The enclave is more popularly known as the village of four lies because its name suggests it to be a great town inhabited by monks and full of gardens: “It is not a town, nor is it great, it has no monks, or indeed a garden.” There is a small grocery shop that opens from March to October. The main site visited is the Romanesque church of San Andrés, from the XII century.
The town water fountain
The church door
A detail from the church