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Ciutadella - Monasterio de Santa Maria s.XI
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Iglesia de Santa Maria ubicada en el interior de la fortaleza de la Ciutadella en Roses, Girona. Iglesia que formaba parte del monasterio, ya derruido, aunque  se conservan algunos restos.

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Uploaded: 16/07/2011
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