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Catedral de la Almudena. : Stock Photo
Francisco de Cubas who tried to erect colossal neo-Gothic church on Romanesque crypt. Underground church or 'crypt' did take place according to plan and was completed in 1911, not without great effort due to locality of work.

Catedral de la Almudena.

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Francisco de Cubas who tried to erect colossal neo-Gothic church on Romanesque crypt. Underground church or 'crypt' did take place according to plan and was completed in 1911, not without great effort due to locality of work.
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