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Main portal of access to the medieval Church of San Juan Bautista in Jodra del Pinar (Guadalajara, Spain). This small medieval church was built around 1200 in Romanesque style. The access portal has hardly any decoration, keeping a very simple Romanesque style. On one side there is an inscription written in Latin with medieval letters.
We want to publicly thank the collaboration of the Diocesan Delegation of Cultural Heritage of Guadalajara, especially by its cultural delegate Mr. Miguel Ángel Ortega Canales, for the facilities they have given us and for the interest they have shown in the project at all times.
SALGADO PANTOJA, José Arturo (2014): Pórticos románicos en las tierras de Castilla. Aguilar de Campoo, Fundación Santa María la Real.
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