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Cigarral Angel Custodio_Jardines_7
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La ermita del Santo Ángel Custodio está situada en el interior de uno de los cigarrales, en su origen fue fundada como Capilla del Santo ángel Custodio por el arzobispo de Sandoval y Rojas, cuando los frailes se trasladaron a la ciudad de Toledo, la capilla pasó a ermita.
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