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Ermita Rupestre
Northern Spain

Han concluido las obras de restauración en la iglesia rupestre de los santos Justo y Pastor en Olleros de Pisuerga (Palencia). En los próximos días comenzarán las pruebas de las nuevas luminarias que se instalaron en la ermita rupestre y que fueron creadas de manera específica para integrarse perfectamente en tan bello entorno. El diseño de las mismas presentó algunas dificultades por las características especiales del templo, ya que al tratarse de una construcción rupestre no se pudo ejecutar rozas para instalar focos dirigidos. En general todo el conjunto ha quedado en perfectas condiciones y mantiene su aspecto original lo que consigue transportar en el tiempo al visitante que traspasa la puerta de su entrada.

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Uploaded: 15/09/2011
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