5 Sights in Sant Vicenç dels Horts, Spain (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Sant Vicenç dels Horts, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Sant Vicenç dels Horts, Spain.

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1. Sant Pere del Romaní

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Sant Pere del Romaní, or Sant Pere Romaní, is a Romanesque hermitage declared a cultural asset of national interest, located in the municipality of Molins de Rei, near the village, on the west side of the Collserola mountain range. It was built in the eleventh century, it is recorded of its existence in 1001 being part of the parish of Santa Creu d'Olorda. The main building dates from the twelfth century and has been modified on several occasions The chapel is built on one of the hills around the Olorda mountain at about 100 meters high. The paths to the hermitage are barely visible: from Molins de Rei it can be accessed following a path that we find at the end of riera de Bonet street. Another possibility is to follow the so-called Camí de Can Capellans.

Wikipedia: Sant Pere del Romaní (CA)

2. Creu de Can Ros

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Angu Red, also known as Hermired, is a sunken stone carved cross in the new antique style, located in Angu District. It is assembled on the basis of two stone steps and arranged in the form of round plants. L FUST has an octagonal part with a prism-shaped die at the top, which is connected with the base. It uses carved elements to carve a picture louder and higher than the volume, with fingertip arcs, covering crosses and other decorations, surrounded by foreheads of plants. A trefoil-shaped cruciferous flower with low relay decorated in white, which is similar to LIS flower in plant form. There is a portrait of the cross on the cross, and there are also stone carvings.

Wikipedia: Creu de Can Ros (CA)

3. Canal de la Infanta

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Canal de la Infanta Tomas y Barba, Mariano / CC0

The Canal de la Infanta, whose full name is Canal de la Serenísima Infanta Doña Luisa Carlota de Borbón, is a channelling of 17,420 km of water from the Llobregat river, which supplied the fields of the Vall Baixa of the Baix Llobregat region. Initially it spread through the municipalities of Molins de Rei, Santa Creu d'Olorda, Sant Feliu de Llobregat, Sant Joan Despí, Cornellà, L'Hospitalet and Sants. Built between 1817 and 1820, for purely agricultural purposes, it became a driving force for the area's economy.

Wikipedia: Canal de la Infanta (CA)

4. Santa Creu d'Olorda

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Antare of Loda was a hermit, and the enclave he built also got this name. It belongs administratively to Aria-Antelva West District of Arcelona Township, but is slightly separated from other townships. L Parago is located around a complete Olserola mountain range, and some of its peaks are surrounded by them. They are UIG of Lorda, UIG of Odon and UIR of AI. N enclave also has the Lord's pomegranate and the cell's Edera.

Wikipedia: Santa Creu d'Olorda (CA)

5. Castell d'Olorda

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Lorda Castle, Olserola Castle at the junction of Lorda in Lorda and UNG in Celles, belongs to Arcelona Township and is a disappearing castle of uncertain location. The Lgunes Fountain places it on the same mountain peak in Lorda. N change, others identified it as Antar Rey Loda's hermit's self-control.

Wikipedia: Castell d'Olorda (CA)

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