You are in front of a very reconstructed 18th century building (the date 1740 is carved in the central voussoir of the door) but it was burned in 1936 which destroyed the roof, the south façade and part of the west. Thanks to the contribution with money or work of the people of Ger it was remade during the postwar period.
The most notable is the main door to the west, which today houses the door with the set of tools from the Romanesque period. The 18th-century door is made of Isòvol pink marble and features ashlars on either side, carved with the legend of hunters and dogs.
The 12th century carving of the Virgin Mary from this church is preserved in the National Museum of Art of Catalonia.