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Iglesia Parroquial Sardas
Spain

Iglesia sitauda en la localidad de Sardas, a escasos 5 kilómetros de Sabiñánigo, en la comarca del Alto Aragón. Después de un periodo en el que se desarrolla el estilo mozárabe, a partir del primer cuarto del siglo XII, se inicia una fuerte tendencia hacia el románico. Esta pequeña iglesia es un ejemplo de esa tendencia.

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