Our Lady of the Assumption - Tamajon

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We are facing a church whose origin dates back to a Romanesque transition period (early thirteenth century), with important reforms in later centuries. The material used for its construction is primarily masonry. The parish church consisted of a single nave with a bulrush at its feet and a rectangular head. Already in the post-medieval era two side aisles, a sacristy, a portico and a small room used as an ossuary are added.


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