Turismo Prerrománico > Countries > España > SAN PEDRO DE ANSEMIL (R)


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It was originally a family community and duplicity founded in the 9th or 10th century, which was cited in a document of 972 and converted into a Benedictine monastery in 1073. Its structure, basilical with three naves separated by arches of half point on pillars and with flat cover, and three rectangular apses finished in a flat testero, of which the central one is of two sections and of greater size than the lateral ones, is clearly that of the Preroman basilicas asturian and corresponds to the description of the X century.

To see description in Galicia pueblo a pueblo.

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