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San martin de ordoves
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Humilde, sencilla, armoniosa, la iglesia de San Martín de Ordovés, encuadrada dentro de las iglesias del Serrablo, del siglo X, es un valioso ejemplar de la arquitectura mozárabe típica de la zona. La torre fue edificada con posterioridad. Está declarada Monumento histórico artístico desde el año 1982.

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Uploaded: 07/04/2012
Updated: 13/08/2014
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