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Owner description: Open from Mai to October. Pal is one of the best-preserved rural villages in Andorra and has beenpart of a special traditional architecture protection plan since 1997.The church, the site's most outstanding structure, dates from the late11th to early 12th centuries, with modern additions. The nave is rectangular and conserves a large part of the Romanesque walls. Thepresent apse is square (17th-18th centuries) and replaces an originalRomanesque structure.The Lombard-style belfry has three double-windowed floors, the topone featuring twin double windows, unique in Andorra. Inside thereis a granite font, a Romanesque statue of Our Lady of the Remedies(13th century), two processional polychrome wood crosses and analtarpiece dedicated to Pope Saint Clement, the church's patron saint (1709).Visitors can also go to the Andorra Romanesque Interpretation Centreto see how the Romanesque evolved in the Andorran valleys.