The Girona Cathedral has the widest Gothic nave in the world and houses precious metalwork and tapestries.
Its structure is an imitation of Medieval Muslim baths. Its existence is documented from the 12th century. Though it was renovated in the 13th after a siege.
This building is a 14th century construction that was built on top of the site of a 6th century building. It is enclosed inside a walled area and was built with ashlar and mason
Located on the Fluvía river, this landmark provides access to the county's capital.
The castle was built in the 14th century and was commissioned by Viscount Rocabertí. It stands outside the walled enclosure beside the Carmelite Covent.
The Church and Monastery are representative of a period of transitional Catalan architecture during the 10th century.
The Benedictine monastery and Ripoll was founded by Count Wifredo, "El Belloso"; in the 9th century, but the building as we know it today wasn't complete until the 16th century.
The heart of the Monastic complex of Santa María de Vilabertrán is organised around a trapezoidal plan cloister.