Romanesque in Cruïlles

The Benedictine Monastery of Sant Miquel in Cruïlles is an excellent example of Romanesque Catalan architecture. In recent years, it has undergone diverse conservation and restoration processes. Inside, there are fantastic Romanesque painters of Lyons and of the betrayal of Judas, the great baptismal font made from a single piece and other interesting features such as Gothic ossuaries and sepulchres. You can also see the Biga de Cruïlles, a polychromatic, Romanesque beam which is currently displayed at the Girona Art Museum.

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