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El Monasterio de Piedra (Comunidad de Calatayud, Zaragoza, España), fue fundado en 1194 por trece monjes cistercienses venidos del Monasterio de Poblet, en el antiguo castillo de Piedra Vieja y junto al Río Piedra. Fue dedicado a Santa María de la Blanca y se catalogó como Monumento Nacional el 16 de febrero de 1983. El lugar en el que se ubica el inmueble fue declarado como Sitio Histórico el 28 de diciembre de 1945.
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