Church of Santa María de Cambre

Cambre, Spain

Church of Santa María de Cambre, located in the center of the town and framed by a beautiful garden, has reached our days as a leading example of Galician Romanesque art and although the construction of its current facade and part of its sheds began in the 12th century, the history of the place dates back several centuries. Some people even say that it could have been built on a previous Roman building, but the truth is the first reference to the existence of a religious construction in the place dates back to 932.

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Rúa Cruceiro 8A, Cambre, Spain
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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Spain

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Coruneando Coruneando (12 months ago)
Preciosa iglesia románica en entorno urbano, lo peor es que está al lado de la carretera.
Miguel Miras Oliver (2 years ago)
Amazing
Rosana Bas Llopis (2 years ago)
Templaria
George Trita (2 years ago)
Ok
Ramiro Bestilleiro Rey (2 years ago)
Roman parish church, well preserved and in a relatively peaceful location
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