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Iglesia del san martin de arto
Spain

Iglesia construida en el siglo XI, de características mozárabes. Sufrió dos reformas en los siglos XVI y XVII. Una de las iglesias más antiguas de la zona del Serrablo (Comarca del Alto Gállego, Huesca)

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