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Iglesia de San Pedro Apóstol el día de la quema
Madrid

Pertenecía y pertenece a la diócesis de alcala de henares . Comenzó a construirse el primer cuerpo en el siglo XIII, aunque su mayor parte fue construida a lo largo del siglo XVI cuando el pueblo de fuente el Saz empezó a tomar auge. Se hicieron los cimientos y posteriormente se inicio por la cabecera hasta llegar al crucero. La construcción de la iglesia finalizaría hacia principios del siglo XVII en una segunda etapa en las que se hicieron las portadas de modelos herrerianos.

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Uploaded: 28/09/2011
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