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Budia, Inside San Pedro Apostol Church
Spain

La iglesia parroquial de San Pedro Apóstol, en Budia. El altar mayor está recubierto de plata labrada en Méjico ya que uno de los virreyes de Méjico era natural de Budia. A ambos lados del altar hay dos obras de arte de incalculable valor. Dos joyas de la imaginería: La Dolorosa, situada a la derecha del altar, y un Ecce Omo, ambas tallas del escultor Pedro de Mena.

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Uploaded: 29/07/2012
Updated: 13/08/2014
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