Museum of Solsona

CHURCH OF SANT JAUME DE FRONTANYÀ (BERGUEDÀ)

CHURCH OF SANT JAUME DE FRONTANYÀ (BERGUEDÀ)

The museum in the region

Considered the Romanesque cathedral of El Berguedà, it is one of the most outstanding examples of Lombard Romanesque architecture in Catalonia. The building was constructed around 1070 as the seat of a small community of Augustinian Canons. Part of its altarpiece depicting the legend of Saint James is housed in the museum. The museum also conserves the panels of Sagàs, which came from the church of Sant Andreu de Sagàs. Inside the church is a reproduction of the twelfth-century altar, the front section of which is housed jointly by Solsona Museum and the Episcopal Museum of Vic. Given its unusual structure, the building is a very unique example of Catalan Romanesque architecture of the 11th century.

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