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One of the best churches in the valley and perhaps the best bell-tower in the Vall de Boí. It is slender, square in plan and six storeys high and is decorated in the Lombard Romanesque style with rounded arcading and saw-tooth friezes. You can go...More
We visited this place during a week long hiking trip. Another lovely romanesque church. No frescoes but a stunning group of wooden statues from 11th century (copy) - a must if you like art and history!
There are nine churches around Vall de Boi inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. These romanesque churches had tall towers used to communicate between one another and thus protect the valley and its inhabitants. Most of them are open, there's also a visitor's centre...More
Erill la Vall is a picturesque little village you can walk to from Boi (the path which takes you to Erill is most attractive). It has a lovely church with incredible sculptures which represent Christ on the cross. They look incredibly modern.
This church is not as famous as the ones in Taull or Boi...however it is the one I liked the most. The entrance is underneith a littke porch and the church itself is smaller than the other but cozyer.
Despite this the bell tower is...More
Part of a group of Lombardian Romanesque churches perched at the valley of Boi, in the western border of the province of Lleida (Catalonia, Spain), Santa Eulalia is the most austere and proud of them all. Not many contemporary archtectural wonders can stand comparison wirh...More