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Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

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Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

An air of countryside in the middle of the Raval. The cloister of the monastery Benedictine from the XII century will retain you for its quietness.

The church or monastery of Sant Pau del Camp (Spanish for Saint Paul of the countryside) is the oldest church in Barcelona. While the monastery now sits within the El Raval barrio of central Barcelona, it once sat outside the city; its rural location gave the church its name.
Construction began late in the ninth century, to replace a previous church destroyed by Muslim invaders in 985.

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Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp

de Sant Pau, 101, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

Area: El Raval
Email: santpaudelcampSPAMFILTER@ono.com
Website: Monasteri Sant Pau del Camp - Barcelone
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10am to 1.30pm and from 4pm to 7.30pm
Prices: 3€
Phone: 93 441 00 01
Metro/Bus: Metro: L2, L3 Paral·lel
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One of the more interesting cloistes in Europe
Josep Redondo Laporta (17 May 2015 - 08:22)
Sant Pau del Camp is the oldest church in Barcelona, and it's really intereting to visit for lovers of the medieval architectura.....very specially the cloister...with some visigoths elements.
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2 comments

  1. One of the more interesting cloistes in Europe - Josep Redondo Laporta (17 May 2015 - 08:22)

    Sant Pau del Camp is the oldest church in Barcelona, and it's really intereting to visit for lovers of the medieval architectura.....very specially the cloister...with some visigoths elements.

  2. Sant Pau del Camp (Barcelona) - Miguel Guirao (13 Feb 2011 - 23:30)

    Se trata de una pequeña maravilla ubicada en medio de un entorno que no hace suponer su presencia. Que nadie vaya a verla pensando en un edificio enorme. Es un entorno recoleto y magnífico en el que tuve la suerte de casrme en 1980. Espero comprobar en breve que la inundación que sufrió unos años después no lo dañara excesivamente.
    Muy aconsejable.

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