Capitel de Job I

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Esta es la parte trasera del capitel de Job. Se ha conservado ta bien porque justo al terminarse la construcción de la catedral románica, su estilo ya no gustaba, y se empezó a construir la catedral gótica actual. Muchos elementos arquitectónicos fueron utilizados como cimientos o se rellenaron los huecos como si fuesen esconbros. Siglos después fueron descubiertos en las sucesivas restauraciones, y ahora están en el Museo de Navarra, en la ciudad de Pamplona.

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Comments (5)

jean francois Bogue on March 30, 2013

Absolutly beautifull like all your pictures i'll be proud you allow me to use this picture in my blog 'ill send you the link and a link to your website if yo have one

all my best


Francisco Javier Día… on March 30, 2013

Hello Jean Francois, you can use this pic in your blog that I will see like a pleasure when you send me link. Unfortunately, I dont have website updated and I dont konw how to create a good one.

jean francois Bogue on March 31, 2013

Thanks so much Fransisco i could add you name on the pictures and a link here if you agree

i really love your pictures you're a talentuous photographer it's not difficult to make a web site google have some simple exemples or you can try a blog like me

All my best JF

jean francois Bogue on April 1, 2013

Here is the link to my blog

thanks so much again to allow me to use your picture

All the best


Francisco Javier Día… on April 1, 2013

Bonjour, monsieur Jean Francois. I have seen your blog, and I liked it a lot. Well done. Thank you so much to post my photo with my name.

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    by Francisco Javier Día…
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