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Cantabria alceda 02 16072009
Northern Spain

Vista del Molino de la Flor y de la Iglesia Parroquial de Alceda (San Pedro),  ambos del siglo XIX y dentro del Plan Especial de Protección del Conjunto Histórico Artístico de Alceda realizado en el año 2002.


El Molino de la Flor consta de dos partes diferenciadas, vivienda y torre.  Perteneció en su día al Palacio de Mercadal, vendiéndose hace algunas décadas a un matrimonio del pueblo.

En cuanto a la iglesia, antiguamente existía otra, se trataba de un monasterio de estilo románico, también dedicado a San Pedro. Se encontraba éste en la ribera del río Pas, junto a unas aguas que se llevaron sus muros en numerosas ocasiones, la primera documentada en el siglo XIV. Así mismo la dejadez de los distintos patronos del templo provocó estados de ruina en el edificio que llevaron a trasladar la parroquia en 1823 a la ermita de Nuestra Señora del Rosario y finalmente, en el siglo XIX, a su ubicación actual.

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