There's a bridge that was built in the 11th century, Roman ruins that were incorporated into an ancient house (formerly of the Montcada family, now structurally exposed), an Eposcipal Palace and museum, and several beautiful churches of which the Cathedral is the subject of this review.
The cathedral dates mostly to the 14th and 15th centuries with a sad past. During the Spanish Civil War, anarchists burned the church interiors, killed the priests and nuns, and the photos of them hang on the church walls. While we were there, a nun was praying at a side-chapel.
The church has very many windows of beautiful stained glass. Each side altar is dedicated to a different saint.
I would have liked to spend several hours here. Our short tour stop was really not long enough. In the future, it would be great to see more of Vic's attractions listed. This attraction was "the cathedral" de St. Pere.
The website for Vic is www.vicinvisibl.vic.cat
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