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Probably I am being a bit picky here because the pórtico of this church is very pretty and special, I just don’t like how they have blended the most modern part as it looks like a pastiche. Even if you need to blend styles due...More
We loved walking by and around the Esglesia de Sant Esteve, which was an old stone church designed with beautiful 13th century murals, stained glass windows and a bell tower. The church appeared all the more enchanting with the breathtaking mountains and scenery surrounding it...More
I stood on the porch at the side entrance to this stone church, watching a group of red-clad musicians below, playing instruments and beginning a march through the streets of Andorra la Vella. They were celebrating the arrival of Easter the next day. Many residents...More
I usually don’t like churches, but I loved this one. It’s understated and fits in with the mountain scenery around it. Besides La Sagrada Familia and now this one, I’ve never been excited about going into a church. It’s very simple, I was there maybe...More
Unlike a lot of Catholic churches out there, this is a really simple, yet beautiful church. It's located in the Old Town, so you can't really miss it. It's well worth dropping in for a few minutes for a bit of quiet and rest.
This Church which is part of the building being built during those old days is part of the history of this city. Located within the historical cistrict, you surely wontmiss it if you are within this neighborhood.
I took a few photos of this grand old stone church that sits majestically in the centre of the city and overlooks the various roads, gardens and buildings in Andorra La Vella. Built in the 12th century Romanesque period, it still looks imposing today. The...More