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Rather bare but elegant inside; outside makes for a nice photo opportunity. Get there early or in late afternoon as sun can play a spoilsport for the photos at other times. Check out the closure times before you get there. Well worth the visit.
Parts of this church dated back over a thousand years, though it has had several restorations over time. It is simple inside but lovely and cool to escape the heat of the sun.
The leaflet we were given calls it The Abbey of Sant Pere...More
It is a Benedictine temple of the tenth century. It is a building of three naves separated by arches, a marked transept finished at each end by separate apse chapels, and a monumental head characterized by the interesting ambulatory that surrounds the area Presbyterial. For...More
This building is a true lesson in history and a really well preserved piece of Spain's history. The building is lovely and absolutely worth looking at. You feel like you are stepping back in time. I loved this building.
to get to the Sant Pere Monastery you have to go through the village. On reaching the Monastery we found out, to take Photos of the inside of the Monastery it costs 1 euro taken through the glass doors, I find this a bit of...More