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Basilica Pontificia de San Miguel de Madrid, Cripta
Madrid

Juso debajo de la actual Basílica Pontificia de San Miguel de Madrid, se encuentra la cripta, lugar donde se realizan celebraciones religiosas, y que tiene el honor de ser una zona ganada a los escombros que albergaba el solar donde está construido el templo.

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