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This church is a pilgrimage site located in a beautiful medieval town. It has a wonderful cloister which provides displays of wall brackets and column architecture at eye level so that one can truly see the sculptures.
I have been to a number of cloistered churches in Spain and I was urged to see this one. I was somewhat disappointed at the cloister area and the inner rooms were dark and musty. BUT, the outside was very impressive. I would save your...More
Well worth the time both walking round the outside grounds, the church and the cloisters which was the beautiful part !
Worth taking in for a few moments the commitment an dedication that went into the church over many centuries
The church has its origins in a monastery dating back to 9th century. It is believed that the relics of Santa Juliana were kept there.
In the 11th century it was transformed into a collegiate church, but current structure and shape is from the 12th...More
Fantastic columns and carvings in the cloisters so take lots of pictures as you cannot photograph the church ! Why I have no idea as there is not a lot to get excited by apart from the very old altar. Why go some churches and...More