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Church of San Pedro de la Rua, Estella

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  • This is an interesting building, but it is a walk from town center, and it is not open. So, all you can see is the exterior.  more »
  • We visited here early evening, it is a beautiful church, we were also show outside to the cloisters by a very helpful lady.  more »
  • Very rebuilt, it was a fortress and Church of Romanesque origin. Not to be missed is the beautiful and secluded Romanesque cloister out of the temple. There is a beautiful staircase and an elevator from the street for which you need it.
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  • The Church looks like a watchtower. Spectacular medieval construction. Cloister and incredible views. It is worth stopping to see it.
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  • I visited this church in 2012 while I was walking, I found peace and quiet in the cloister, in fact I took a NAP for an hour and I rebuilt to continue the route.
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  • Wonderful Church located on a hill which leads through endless stairs; You can also climb by an elevator, which is somewhat hidden. They explain everything in the office of information and tourism, which is directly opposite. The Romanesque cloister is lovely, although missing two wings, has much charm. The columns are double, and it has a curious column formed by four in saltire believe that you as in Santo Domingo de Silos. The stained glass windows of the interior are also spectacular, as well as the rosette.
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  • A wonder that you can not miss the cloister, inside, its staircase but don't worry on his back there is a modern glass with a good panoramic elevator
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  • Brilliant location, orulok to lathattam!
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