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Iglesia de santa mar a santa cruz de la ser s
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Santa Cruz de la Serós, situado en la comarca de la Jacetania (Huesca) es un interesante conjunto histórico artístico del Camino de Santiago. La iglesia de Santa María (antiguo monasterio femenino) es un templo románico de una sola nave con planta de cruz latina y tres ábsides.

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