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Exterior Iglesia de San Martin de Olivan
Spain

Preciosa iglesia de estilo mozarabe, tipica de la Ruta del Serrablo. Muy bien conservada. Es notable la gestión de la misma. La puerta permanece abierta para las visitas, y depositando un euro, podemos tener iluminación durante 4 minutos

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Uploaded: 17/09/2011
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