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Reconstruction of a twin-window with horseshoe arches from Pla de Nadal.

Tarima Pla de Nadal
The Pla de Nadal (Riba-roja de Turia) is a seventh-century AD aristocratic villa that preserves the rectangular nave with windows and buttresses on the walls, two halls and three porches flanked by rooms. Included among its more than eight hundred architectural elements are horseshoe arches, capitals, lattices and decorated pieces that have reliefs of scrolls, vegetables, trefoils or lotus flowers and scallops.
The room houses a reconstruction of a twin window with horseshoe arches, including a Visigoth capital of Byzantine tradition and decorated friezes with trefoil, scrolls and scallops.
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