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San Pedro Church, Gijon
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  • Visit Gijón is almost mandatory. Located at the beginning of the pass maritime, in the beach of San Lorenzo, next to the Club Nautico. Romanesque style.
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  • Beatriz at reception, excellent warranty. TES buts in the room: the waitress forgot to put items of bathroom, small TV and ub impressive heat. All excellent
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  • Enter gives the feeling of the English church as that I saw when I was in London last year. With many details and a semicircular part for prayer at the bottom of the Church which is worth seeing. Good visit
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  • The western end of the beach of San Lorenzo Beach, at the foot of Cimavilla frame. St. Peter's Church is a Catholic Church and one of its buildings more representativos.1 the current church was built between 1945 and 1955, when the former - 15th century - was destroyed during the Civil War, under the project of architects Francisco and Federico Somolinos.
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  • The Mayor of San Pedro Apóstol de Gijón Icono de Gijón Church in addition to the chapel with mosaics has various Columbarium and a crypt where illustrious figures of the city are buried. Some photos that appear not have nothing to do with the Church of San Pedro. The Church is one thing to another is the beach that San Lorenzo has another name and that the guides that come with excursions outside say called beach of San Pedro to the surroundings of the Church. When is not.
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  • St Peter's Church was built between 1945 and 1955. It was designed by architects Francisco and Federico Somolinos. It is inspired by the Asturian pre-Romanesque temples that take, the dome superimposed perpendicular, slender buttresses, high cruise and decorative elements. The decorative elements are; the louvres, the sogueado columns and triforium windows.
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  • Walking along the sea, you come across this Church close to the Roman wall. A photo and nothing else.
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  • Iconic Xixón Church although it is of modern construction is inspired in the pre-Romanesque Asturian and the result has been a frankly beautiful temple.
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