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Iglesia de Larrosa
Spain

En el pueblo despoblado de Larrosa, en la Garcipollera, se encuentra, aunque en ruinas, esta iglesia, ejemplar del románico típico del Alto Aragón. el ábside es circular y cuenta con una esbelta torre que aguanta en pie dominando un desolador paisaje de destrucción

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