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Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor

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Iglesia de Santa Maria la Mayor

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Discover the highlights of Catalonia on a guided virtual tour through medieval villages, UNESCO-listed sites, and more. Exploring the region with a guide gives you an inside look into the culture that you can’t gather from research or watching videos. Plus, the interactive virtual excursion includes ample opportunities to interact with the guide and small group, making it perfect for travel lovers who want the travel experience without leaving home.
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Richard M wrote a review Oct 2019
Ottawa, Canada61 contributions56 helpful votes
Pretty church which charges only one Euro to enter. Limited info, no audio guides, but if you're there, why not take a look.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tamara D wrote a review Feb 2019
Masquefa, Spain48 contributions4 helpful votes
Among other nice places of the Cister Route, this church is worth a visit. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary, which is something rare, and the Renaissance entrance makes a good contrast with the Gothic style of the building. Also the outside ground is very cleverly done with tiny white and black stones making a pattern. The whole village is well preserved with an impressive wall that matches the church. If you like medieval tales of princesses and knights that’s a must!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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735PLR wrote a review Apr 2016
Sitges, Spain945 contributions136 helpful votes
The fachada of the church is nicely detailed, so its,s worth a visit to climb the outside step`s to take a closer look. The church is quite simply decorated inside, but the height is quite amazing. If you wish you can pay 2€ to reach the bell tower to see the panoramic view. There is also a small souvenir shop inside. This is not a church that has wheelchair access.
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Date of experience: April 2016
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John W wrote a review Feb 2016
Douglas, United Kingdom1,814 contributions384 helpful votes
Set on a hilltop in the centre of this mediaeval walled town. Carvings on the door facade portray saints. Good fun guessing which statue is whom. The pavement is cobbled in black grey and white pebbles in geometric pattern. Inside is dark and gloomy until shafts of light sparkle through the stained glass. Amazing flying buttresses
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Ron S wrote a review Jan 2016
New York City, New York4,510 contributions555 helpful votes
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It's a beautiful church built in the 14th century. The church square has an interesting patterned cobble stone pavement.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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