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Torrelavega, Iglesia Nª Señora Asunción :: www.CantabrU.com
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El edificio ocupa 1700 m2, con una longitud de 53 por 33 de ancho y una altura de 19 metros. La torre mide 50 metros de altura. Fue diseñado en estilo neogótico, con una girola poligonal, crucero, en uno de cuyos brazos se erige la torre y tres naves, la mayor más amplia y alta que las laterales, al estilo francés. Se recurre a formas simplificadas, rechazando la decoración escultórica, pero empleando las molduras características del del Gótico clásico, al que se unen a veces elementos tomados del románico catalán y lombardo.

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Uploaded: 27/08/2010
Updated: 10/04/2012
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Tags: cantabria; torrelavega; iglesia; señora; asuncion; neogotico; gotico; santander; ceferino; calderon; cristina; alceda; ontaneda; alcedaontaneda
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