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Iglesia de San Esteban, Sos del Rey Catolico

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  • There is not a lot to do in Sos del Rey, and this was a pleasant offering. It is worth the extra arduous trip into the crypt, with its frescoes, even if they are not in great shape. We were unable to ...  more »
  • Staying at local parador and went to visit this old old church. The door/facade is wonderful as is the church. The price to get in is 1 euro - we just gave the guy 5 as the place was breathtaking, - t...  more »
  • Very historical church. You cannot take pictures or video inside but still worth the one euro fee to enter. Make sure you visit the lower level which has a beautiful chapel. The stairs down are very n...  more »
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  • The oldest part of the Cathedral goes back a thousand years ago. It is a place with a great history. In this Cathedral was baptized King Fernando el Católico, founder with the Queen Isabel de Castilla, of the modern Spain. It is a historic landmark in the country. Really beautiful.
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  • A beautiful example of the pre-Pyrenean Romanesque, its crypt saves Gothic paintings very well preserved, worthy of seeing. Inside the temple are superimposed numerous styles and saves a copy of Christ from the 12th century.
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