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La Asunción de Nstra Señora
Madrid

La Iglesia Parroquial de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora en el municipio de Algete (Provincia de Madrid, España) data de principios del siglo XVI. Está construida con cajoneras de mampostería y ladrillos revocados en parte. Tiene planta longitudinal con tres naves, separadas por columnas toscanas y jónicas que sostienen arcos de medio punto. Las naves se cubren con techumbre de madera muy sencilla y en el crucero, capilla mayor y sacristía, aparecen bóvedas baídas. La cabecera es plana. El coro se sitúa a los pies en lo alto y se sostiene con un arco carpanel. En el exterior se observan algunos contrafuertes de sillería. La torre, construida en ladrillo con zócalo de sillería, se encuentra adosada a los pies, tiene cuatro cuerpos y se corona con un sencillo chapitel de cobre.

Copyright: Daniel Font
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Uploaded: 15/09/2011
Updated: 06/08/2014
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