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Interior Iglesia de Acín de la Garcipollera
Spain
De estilo románico del siglo XII. Lo único que queda en pie es el ábside, la torre y algunos muros de la nave. La torre está adosada a un lateral de la nave, es de planta cuadrada y en la parte superior se abren dos pares de ventanas de arco de medio.
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