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Church of San Pedro de la Rua, Estella

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  • Have to be able to put 3.5. The Church is not worth the trip. Visit to do if you are Estella but don't have to do the kilometres to discover. The building is charming with its cloister, but the environment is disappointing. A road link, a not very extravagent city view... I admit that we did not understand the crush of note "lonely planet" guide...
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  • the average faculty draws attention... It seems that he fell so when they tirasen the Castle towards 1572. You should also visit the Church
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  • It is super nice from the outside, looks great, but even more inside. Don't miss its cloister, the rear section. Exudes peace and tranquility. A perfect place to get away and read a good book
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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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  • Brilliant location, orulok to lathattam!
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  • Beautiful Romanesque church in the historic center
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  • Magnificent cloister.
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