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Iglesia de santa eulalia buesa
Spain

Buesa, ubicado en las cotas más altas del Valle del río Ara, es una pequeña población de 45 habitantes. Sus vistas son espectaculares gracias a su ubicación. La iglesia de Santa Eulalia se encuentra en el punto más elevado del municipio y data del Siglo XVI. Consta de dos naves. En el interior de la iglesia se conserva un curioso crismon románico

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Uploaded: 04/11/2013
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