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San Bartolome de Gavin
Spain

la iglesia de San Bartolomé de Gavín (año 1050) es una de las mejores muestras del románico con "aire mozárabe" de la famosa Ruta del Serrablo. La torre es la original, adornada de forma sencilla pero efectiva. son destacables los frisos  de baquetones y sus rosetas

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