The parish of Sant Pere is documented at the end of the 10th century. Initially it was called the chapel of Sant Feliu, it was built between the 12th and 13th centuries. To orient the temple to the east, the apse hangs on the crust that had to be placed on a base more than three meters high that gives it a great slenderness. The ashlars are built to better fit the cylindrical shape of the wall and have the supported vaulted roof, smooth cylinder, middle window and gear tooth frieze on sculpted posters ending in a hair-shaped cornice . The portal consists of five archivolts in profile, there are three of rectangular section that alternate with others composed of columns.

In the Art Museum of Catalonia there is a polychrome carving of the Virgin with the child Jesus on her knees.

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