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Iglesia de San Pedro de la Nave, Zamora
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  • It is one of the few examples of Visigoth Church preserved in good condition. Fantastic and saved from the waters. It is worth approaching
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  • It is worth to travel from Zamora to see this gem of Visigothic art and the magnificent State of conservation that is. Magnificent capitals story and very well defined the Visigoths arches. Fortunately someone judiciously decided to save this gem of the flood by the construction of the dam of Ricobayo
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  • 25 minutes of Zamora, the displacement is truly worth to visit this 7TH century Visigothic wonder displaced stone by stone from the village of San Pedro of the ship when flooded the area in the early s. XX to build the reservoir of Ricobayo. Perfectly preserved and open on weekends. There is a telephone at the door to call in the event that the Church is closed. Next they made two years ago a small interpretation centre which explains all the details of the transfer of this jewel.
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  • No. 22 seems to pursue this beautiful Romanesque church. On April 22, 1922 was declared a national monument. Is it accessed by the national 122 even if they then leave it to take another road. And the final location is 22 km from the town of Campillo. Architecturally, it is interesting to know that it is the result of two different projects and that his current location is not the original
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  • Extraordinary monument, thrills
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  • It is must-see if these area, very well maintained. It is important to search for information to find the mysteries offered by this church.
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  • Very nice and interesting, as there are many buildings of this pre-Romanesque style. Quite well preserved. It has a small bar, where you can refresh before you can continue your route and not breaking the context of the Church.
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  • A jewel of the Visigothic pre-Romanesque art
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