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Due to the prevention measures of COVID-19, when visiting the monastery, we recommend to book your ticket at the following link:


As for the visit, the chapel of Sant Miquel must have it's doors closed at all times, and it's maximum capacity 5 people. The Chapter House is currently being restored and is closed to the visit. Thank you for your understanding.


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The sculpture collection consists of a set of small pieces of exceptional quality, dating from the 14th to the 18th centuries. Among the works of Gothic sculpture the most noteworthy are the alabaster Virgin and Child and Our Lady of Remedies in the monastery church, and the Virgin in the chapter house, known as Our Lady of the Forsaken

do not blink
do not blink
blink and you are dead
mare de déu

Mention should also be made of the group of the Annunciation, attributed to Aloi de Montbrai and Antoni Canet; the Nativity scene from the late 14th century, one of the oldest cribs conserved in Spain, and the Christ sitting on the cold rock, from around 1500, a life-size polychrome sculpture. The group of tombs and sarcophagi dating from the early times of the monastery also deserves special attention, located in the church and on the ground floor of the east gallery of the cloister. There is also a remarkable set of keystones in the 14th century church, based on a Marian theme, and a large keystone in the chapter house dating from around 1420, which depicts the coronation of the Virgin.