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The church of St. Savior of Sinis (OR), goes up again to the VI sec. B.C. and it's characterized by a red dome of oriental taste. The church is surrounded from the white houses of the pilgrims, said cumbessias, inhabited for nine days a year, between August and September, on the occasion of the novena for the party of the saint.

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