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Iglesia de San Pedro Apostol en Vitoria-Gasteis
Northern Spain
La torre es barroca, con cubo del siglo XVII y chapitel del XVIII, obra de Valerio de Ascorbe, muy parecido al de la torre de la cercana iglesia de San Miguel Arcángel. Entre 1892 y 1896 sufrió una restauración de la que se conserva el pórtico neogótico en el lado sur, obra del rquitecto vitoriano Fausto Íñiguez de Betolaza
Copyright: José luis eléxpuru
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上传: 23/08/2011
更新: 15/08/2014
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