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Iglesia de San Benito
Northern Spain

Iglesia de San Benito Sobre los restos de una antigua capilla románica , don Gonzalo de Valladares ordenó construir entre 1618 y 1634 esta Iglesia de San Benito. Las torres de estilo churrigueresco fueron levantadas a finales del XVIII. Existía en el costado sur una escalinata. Su eliminación rompió más la unidad que existió algún día en todo el conjunto monumental.


La Iglesia de San Benito es un bello templo con original bóveda de cañón formada por diminutas piedras, ojivas y arcos de crucería.

Bajo dos grandes arcos poemos visitar los sepulcros de don Gonzalo de Valladares y su esposa.

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Uploaded: 17/05/2010
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Tags: san benito; iglesia; cambados; pontevedra; galicia
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