5 Sights in Tiana, Spain (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Tiana, 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 Tiana, Spain.

List of cities in Spain Sightseeing Tours in Tiana

1. Monestir de Sant Jeroni de la Murtra

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Ant Eroni de Ostra de On Eyora de Etlem Alla in Etrum is a preface of an ancient Geronim people, located in the Ayana Valley or Etrum, in the village of Arnett in Arcelones, Adalona Township. Founded in 1416, the monastery has been visited by late and early astrologers for many years. Mainly Gothic architecture, monasteries were built in several times; Highlight the cloister as the most memorable part. It served in its original function until 1835, when it was completely eradicated, demolished, burned, partially destroyed and later sold. With a few hands, Assani has made some modifications and restores there until it reaches Rancesca Uell, where Rancesca Uell's Eviction and Uell's Eviction Mbit will be installed, which are still running.

Wikipedia: Sant Jeroni de la Murtra (CA)

2. Poblat ibèric del Turó d'en Boscà

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The Iberian settlement of Turó d'en Boscà is a Laietan settlement from the fourth century BC located on the top of Turó d'en Boscà, in Badalona (Barcelonès), which corresponds to the Iberian mint of Baitolo, which beat bronze coin between the second century BC and the beginning of the century BC. The village is located on the top and slopes of one of the hills of the coastal mountain range, between the valleys of Canyet and Pomar, to the west of Mas Boscà. The hill is signposted and protected by an iron fence.

Wikipedia: Poblat ibèric del Turó d'en Boscà (CA)

3. Ermita de Sant Onofre

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The hermitage of Sant Onofre is a small oratory located in the Badalona district of Canyet built in 1498 by the monks of Sant Jeroni de la Murtra in the Serrat de les Ermites, at the top of the Hill of Sant Onofre, between the torrent of the Font Santa and the Coll de les Ermites. Together with the hill of Sant Climent it forms the Serrat de les Ermites. It can be reached by the path that leaves the Coll de Vallençana or the one that passes through the Coll de Puig Castellar, from Santa Coloma de Gramenet.

Wikipedia: Ermita de Sant Onofre (CA)

4. Montigalà

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Montigalà hill is a mountain of 152 meters that is located in the municipality of Badalona (Barcelonès) in the neighborhood of the same name, to which it gave its name. At its summit is the Cross of Montigalà, a monument placed by the Constantinian Festivals of 1913, which commemorated the Edict of Milan of 313.

Wikipedia: Turó de Montigalà (CA)

5. Vil·la romana de Can Sent-romà

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Vil·la romana de Can Sent-romà Piotr Michał Jaworski (PioM EN DE PL) / Public domain

Ann-Rome is a ruins Roman villa, located next to Arrechea Rama in Gothic Middle Ages, also called Ann-Rome, located in Iana's time, and declared as a "provincial historical and artistic city" in Aresme.

Wikipedia: Vil·la romana de Can Sent-romà (CA)

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