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The Parish Church in the village of Lloseta, Santa Maria de Lloseta, was first documented in 1582 and is well worth a visit. The present building dates principally from 1763 to 1862, but it has a picture of the Virgin Mary dating from the 12th Century, as well as two lovely Baroque altarpieces from the 18th Century.
Next door to the church is the 17th Century mansion house of Casa Ayamans, which possesses some wonderful gardens.
The village is also renowned on Majorca for its lovely little theatre, which puts on a variety of productions throughout the year.
The Lloseta fiesta takes place on the 8th of September each year, and finally a bustling little market is held every Thursday in the village.
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