Building built in the 12th century, with a single trapezoidal nave with a two-storey bell tower and topped on the east by a semicircular apse. In 1301, three local solicitors were appointed to build the walls, arches and the roof. On the south façade there is a remarkable portal decorated with sculptural motifs. The bell tower is a prismatic tower with a substantially square floor plan, with a wall partially embedded in the nave.

The most notable and characteristic part of this church is the magnificent portal formed by two archivolts of rectangular section and an intermediate one on columns. Different artists worked there, who contributed their various degrees of expertise to the work. Another highlight of the building is the “Mare de Déu d’All”, preserved in the National Art Museum of Catalonia. Dated between the 12th and 13th centuries, it is a beautiful polychrome carving considered one of the most remarkable examples of Catalan Romanesque art.

Recent archaeological interventions have shown the original structures of the building, as well as some outstanding Romanesque paintings dating back to the 13th century.

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