Iglesia de San Pedro de Lasieso
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Iglesia de San Pedro de Lasieso

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la iglesia de San Pedro, situada en Lasieso, en el cruce de los rios Gállego y Guarga, es otra de las manifestaciones del románico alto aragonés. Ha sido restaurada por la Sociedad de Amigos del Serrablo.

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