Iglesia de Santa Eulalia d'Erill la Vall, Erill La Vall

#4 of 13 in Historic Sites in Province of Lleida
Church Tourist Spot
Iglesia de Santa Eulalia d'Erill la Vall is located in Erill La Vall. See Iglesia de Santa Eulalia d'Erill la Vall and all Vall de Boi has to offer by arranging your trip with our Vall de Boi trip builder.
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  • We visited this place during a week long hiking trip. Another lovely romanesque church. No frescoes but a stunning group of wooden statues from 11th century (copy) - a must if you like art and history...  more »
  • There are nine churches around Vall de Boi inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. These romanesque churches had tall towers used to communicate between one another and thus protect the valley an...  more »
  • This church with elegant proportions, slender bell tower and porch should be visited by all Romanesque lovers. It contains a quite unicque set of wood sculptures.  more »
  • Interrieur interesting. Very nice together. Can be mounted in the tower.
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  • This church is just as spectacular as that of Sant Climent de Taüll. It is worth approaching Erill la Vall to see it.
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  • Highly recommended. Views and interior of the Romanesque church of erill la vall.
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  • Romanesque church from the 12th century world heritage site, the inside is a little poor camparado with other churches in the Boí Valley,
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  • It should be the Romanesque route for all churches, they are great
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