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Olleros de Pisuerga
Northern Spain

La iglesia de Olleros de Pisuerga, dedicada a los santos Justo y Pastor, es la joya del arte rupestre de la península ibérica, según el autor del libro. Gonzalo Alcalde Crespo explica que el templo conforma junto con algunas tumbas y habitáculos un bello conjunto eremítico fácilmente visitable, pues se encuentra abierto al público todos los meses del año».

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送信日: 15/09/2011
更新日: 06/08/2014
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Tags: ermita; horadada; canon
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