Provincia de Huesca
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It was founded as a Benedictine monastery at the end of the 11th century. Its main door in Romanesque style. Its interior consists of three naves and a transept with three apses. Its choir stalls are Gothic, but undoubtedly the outstanding feature overall is its Romanesque cloister. In this church, declared a National Monument in 1886, the tombs of Kings Alfonso I the Warrior and Ramiro II the Monk can be found.