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Iglesia de San Andrés en Argomilla
Northern Spain

Situada en un alto frente a Argomilla, junto al palacio de Ceballos el Caballero, se encuentra la iglesia románica de San Andrés. Declarada Bien de Interés Cultural en 1982.

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Tags: "valles pasiegos"; argomilla; "santa maria de cayon"; cantabria; españa; iglesia; church; "san andres""
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