Correcaminos en Santa Maria de Melque
El templo, único por sus características en el reducido panorama de la arquitectura de la Península Ibérica en la Alta Edad Media, se ubicaba en el centro de un gran patio formado por las distintas dependencias de un edificio, igualmente de carácter monumental, dotado de diferentes naves y dos alturas, que sirvió para albergar las distintas dependencias de uno de los pocos monasterios visigótico-mozárabes que conocemos.
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