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Sta. María de la Asunción church
Northern Spain

Panorama de la iglesia de Santa María de la Asunción o iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Miera de la Cárcoba, en Miera, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos, Cantabria. Declarada bien de interés cultural en 1988 data del siglo XVII. Situada donde previamente se encontraba un monasterio medieval que data del siglo XI.

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