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Santa María de Iguacel
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La Ermita de Santa María de Iguacel es uno de los monumentos más importantes y mejor conservados del románico del Alto Aragón. fué construida en el Siglo XI por orden del Conde Galindo. De nave rectangular y cabecera compuesta por ábside semicircular con bóveda de horno, y corto presbiterio abovedado con cañón. Del exterior de esta primera construcción, la parte del conjunto que más llama la atención es el muro sur, pues, aunque enriquecido con capiteles y columnas en la reforma de 1072, conserva desde sus orígenes una moldura rectangular que une las ventanas a la altura de la línea de impostas y las encierra.

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