Ermita de San Antonio
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|Ermita de San Antonio|
|Chapel of St. Anthony of Padua|
It was originally built in the 17th century, but was extensively renovated and reconstructed in the 1960s. A festival is held at the hermitage every June 13 to mark Saint Anthony's Day.
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