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Rojadillo bridge

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Located in a forest track between Valberzoso (Palencia) and Mata de Hoz (Cantabria).
The one-eyed bridge rises over the Camesa river at its headwaters in a beautiful place surrounded by oak,serval and birch trees.

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A: Rojadillo bridge (2)

door Miguel Angel, 60 hier vandaan

Located in a forest track between Valberzoso (Palencia) and Mata de Hoz (Cantabria).The one-eyed brid...

Rojadillo bridge (2)

B: Rojadillo bridge (3)

door Miguel Angel, 80 hier vandaan

Located in a forest track between Valberzoso (Palencia) and Mata de Hoz (Cantabria).The one-eyed brid...

Rojadillo bridge (3)

C: St. John of Mata De Hoz

door Miguel Angel, 1.8 hier vandaan

Dedicated to St.John the Baptist,the church retains its Romanesque plant of single nave and semicircu...

St. John of Mata De Hoz

D: Church of Santa Maria - Valberzoso - Palencia (outside)

door Miguel Angel, 2.2 hier vandaan

The entrance to the temple is on the south side through a beautiful wooden door reinforced with iron....

Church of Santa Maria - Valberzoso - Palencia (outside)

E: Church of Santa Maria - Valberzoso - Palencia (inside)

door Miguel Angel, 2.2 hier vandaan

The decoration of the apse, chancel and side wall of the gospel consists of mural paintings depicting...

Church of Santa Maria - Valberzoso - Palencia (inside)

F: St Eulalia – La Loma

door Miguel Angel, 3.2 hier vandaan

Both the front of the apse and the vault are covered with paintings of late fifteenth century organiz...

St Eulalia – La Loma

G: Tower of St Martin of Hoyos (In)

door Miguel Angel, 6.9 hier vandaan

 It's a square base eleven meters side and its height varies between 13 and 15 meters.The thickness o...

Tower of St Martin of Hoyos (In)

H: Tower of St Martin de Hoyos (outside)

door Miguel Angel, 7.0 hier vandaan

Medieval tower of San Martin de Hoyos, in the municipality of Valdeolea (Cantabria, Spain) was built ...

Tower of St Martin de Hoyos (outside)

I: St Ana chapel

door Miguel Angel, 7.3 hier vandaan

The paintings are dated on the eighteenth century and show colonial influences.Represent several sain...

St Ana chapel

J: Las Henestrosas de Las Quintanillas

door Miguel Angel, 7.4 hier vandaan

Location of the municipality of Valdeolea (Cantabria, Spain).Situated at 950 m. altitude is located 7...

Las Henestrosas de Las Quintanillas

Dit panorama is genomen in Northern Spain, Europe

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