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Iglesia de San Lorenzo en Llerana
Northern Spain

Panorama de la Iglesia de San Lorenzo, en Llerana, comarca de los Valles Pasiegos (Cantabria). Se desconoce la fecha exacta de fundación del templo. Sobre el primitivo templo medieval se levanta el actual edificio en el s. XVII. La fisonomía del inmueble que hoy se contempla no ha variado de la reconstrucción barroca. La disposición del edificio es de planta de cruz latina con ábside rectangular y una torre con campamento rematada en pirámide.

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Загружена: 21/03/2011
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