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San Miguel De Latre
Spain

Según viajamos por el Valle del rio Matriz en dirección a Caldearenas, en la localidad de Latre, encontramos esta preciosa iglesia del siglo XII, de estilo románico, cuya advocación corresponde a San Miguel. Consta de una nave rectangular, ábside semicircular, con bóveda de un cuarto de esfera.

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Uploaded: 25/09/2011
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