Calle de Santiago s/n, Pyrenees, 31400, Spain • http://www.spain.info
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The building was constructed between the 12th and 13th centuries in Romanesque style. It has a basilica plan of three naves, the Central one higher than the sides.The sanctuary is finished off in a triple, semicircular apse.The church has as simple ogive vault. Outside, the bell tower built in the 14th century is particularly striking. It has a square plan and is crowned with crenellations that give it a military look.
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