An idyllic village located at the bottom of the Àssua valley, on the banks of the Pamano ravine, where Mustio's family used to spend the summer at the end of the 1960s. Today it is estimated that 12 people live there.
On the altar, the religious sculptures coexist with a large red flower that recalls the origin of life. Mustio has called it "the flower of Zahorí". "The walls speak of the place where the church is located. The people here, the nature, the animals, the beauty. I have tried to make an optimistic church, so that people feel at ease, without imposing anything or indoctrinating. I hope that the one I painted will disappear and become an essence that exalts people," says the artist.