Iglesia de los Santos Justo y Pastor, Segovia
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  • Callejeando we stumbled upon this Saint just Church and Pastor, Pastor door welcomed us with much sympathy and told us the stories produced in this church that is reforming with donations from tourists visiting it, good impression caused by this church from the 11TH century.
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  • Is a church Romanesque little girl, near the aqueduct (about 5-10 minutes walk). The apse preserves some interesting Romanesque frescoes explaining a friendly man who is in charge of the Church. But the gem (in my humble opinion of Romanesque architecture aficionado) is a Romanesque reclining Christ, size natural and articulated. Never had seen anything equal, or to the natural or in photography.
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  • Despite the fact that the temple is literally in a couple of lanes from the aqueduct, no tourists here, and this gem proves to be hidden from the majority of visitors to the city. Porter pretty ascetic. All of the main apse is filled with unique frescoes on biblical subjects, which is dominated by the Christ Pantocrator. On the technique of frescoes, drawing individuals and clothes of the Apostles can say that such ancient frescos I haven't seen anywhere, even in Italy, where has seen quite a few. About Giotto master antiquity here did not know. Perhaps these frescoes are written even earlier.
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