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Colegiata de Santa Cruz de Castañeda
Northern Spain

Panorama de La Colegiata de Santa Cruz de Castañeda, siglos XI-XII, situada en Socobio, municipio de Castañeda (Cantabria). Declarada Bien de Interés Cultural, es una de las cuatro colegiatas románicas de Cantabria. 

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Tags: "valles pasiegos"; cantabria; castañeda; colegiata; españa; spain; "santa cruz"; socobio
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