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Iglesia ibort
Spain

La iglesia de Ibort, hace años que dejó de ser iglesia, porque ha sido reconvertida. En la actualidad lo que existe dentro es un rocódromo. En las paredes y el techo de la nave todavía se aprecian restos de policromias.

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Uploaded: 06/11/2011
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