Turismo Prerrománico > Countries > España > CATEDRAL DE LA ASUNCIÓN (R)


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The Romanesque cathedral of the Asuncion was one of the first buildings that were done in Osma’s Hamlet, initiated about 1101 by the bishop San Pedro de Osma whose remains rest in the cathedral. To a little time to finish the work, in the 13th century, the bishop Juan Domínguez arranged his demolition to construct a Gothic temple. Of the first Romanesque alone building they reduce a couple of double arches of communication between chapterhouse and cloister located to the north side of the temple.

To see description in Románico Aragonés


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