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Portico de la Basilica de San Prudencio en Armentia-Vitoria

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Pórtico románico del SigloXII de la Basílica de San Prudencio en Armentia, Vitoria-Gastéiz (European Green Capital 2012).
Se pueden ver varios tímpanos y relieves como un Pantocrátor, un tímpano del Cordero y una sepultura.

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