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Iglesia de Sta. Maria de Eunate, Muruzabal

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  • A gem on the road, very curious Romanesque basilica and octagonal in shape with the cloister on the outside, a magical place if you're not a believer, is on the camino De Santiago by what are pilgrims of step, is worth.
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  • A really original architecture with the gantry or cloister uncovered. A site very nice in the middle of the campaign. On the other hand, the Church was indicated as closed until further notice without elaborating. Until the Saint... Giggly? Even without visiting inside this is a detour that we do not regret.
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  • Magnificent Church. Less grace brings together all the virtues of the Romanesque in its small dimensions, peace, serenity, simplicity, but not why. Here you can see perfectly how an apse in itself can fill a space tante of beauty. It there is no more than the Romanesque Windows, the arches of the base, and magnificent nerves that make a fantastic set. Octagonal church all it, wrapped by an also octagonal cloister, which received the name of one hundred arches (Eunate) in a metaphorical way, to magnify their beautiful 31 arches in Basque. Very important: should call Turismo de Navarra or bridge City Council the Queen for sure to be able to visit inside. It is worth much.
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  • Amazing church!
  • Mysterious place where the Camino de Santiago passes before you reach Puente la Reina. Its origins are unknown and some hypotheses associated the Knights Templar. The entrance is free within the opening hours.
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  • A magical place. Pity about the vigilante or volunteer there, no are if cure or that... but do not let you make spiritual ritual. But if you're Hustler! You loads of energy!
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  • It conveys absolute peace and quiet. You should not miss the opportunity to visit this beautiful chapel; part of the history navarra and the Camino de Santiago.
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  • It has a special magnet, is unique, magical, it can not be described, all visitors are intoxicated with its simplicity and strength. I recommend the tour.
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