Explore interesting sights in Vic, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Vic, Spain.Sightseeing Tours in Vic
1. Puente románico de Queralt
The Pont de Queralt, Sant Francesc or de la Calla is a Romanesque infrastructure in Vic (Osona). This bridge over the river Mèder is the oldest and most notable of the bridges in Vic. It was built in the eleventh century and is located in front of the old Queralt gate of the walls of Vic, on the road that followed the Roman road from Vic to Barcelona. It is formed by four semicircular arches of different dimensions. On pillars, with squid attached. In order to lighten the weight of the structure, there are also three semicircular arches open between the arcades. Over the centuries it has undergone multiple restorations, the last of which was carried out after the blasting at the end of the civil war in the part closest to the wall.
2. Castell dels Montcada
The L 'Astell of Onkeda, located at the top of IC City, was built at the end of the 11th century. N was then known as Palau, whose county tower was or more often dominated by the IC castle. The express train, abandoned from 1860, was sold in 1882. From the castle, the remains of the northern and trumpet parts around the Roman IC temple are visible, and its walls form the inner courtyard of the castle. Palau has belonged to one of the most influential and outstanding families of Mataruna since the second half of the 11th century, the Onksa family.
3. Museu de l'Art de la Pell
The Museum of Leather Artistry, in Vic, is a museum dedicated to the decorative and applied leather arts, founded in 1996 and located in the refurbished convent of El Carme. It exhibits the collection of Vic tanner Andreu Colomer i Munmany, focusing on objects made totally or partially of leather, such as trunks, room separators, altar frontals, chest tables, stools, saddles, masks or shadow puppets. Of particular interest is the guadamassil technique and cordovan applied to boxes and chests.
4. Museu Episcopal de Vic
The Museu Episcopal de Vic is a museum of medieval art that houses a magnificent collection of masterpieces of painting and sculpture from the Catalan Romanesque and Gothic periods. Located next to the Cathedral of Vic, in the region of Osona (Barcelona), it is declared a museum of national interest by the Generalitat de Catalunya.
5. Església del Remei
The Convent del Remei was a Franciscan establishment in the episcopal city of Vic. Today it forms a parish seat. It should not be confused with the temple in Hospital Street founded in the late eighteenth century for the Third Order of St. Francis.
6. Sant Francesc s'hi moria
Sant Francesc s'hi Moria is a chapel protected as a cultural asset of local interest in the extreme northeast of the municipality of Vic (Osona), very close to the thermal baths with Folgueroles and Manlleu.
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