Iglesia de Santo Tomé El Viejo

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It is built outside the walls, in the mid-twelfth century, in front of the gate in the wall. After the confiscation by Mendizabal, it has passed into private hands, serving as a garage and petrol station until 1960. In 1963 it was declared a national monument. Today it is an annex to the Provincial Museum, open to the public, and works as a store of archaeological features in stone.
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