Culture. Churches

Chapel of Santa Llúcia
Chapel of Santa Llúcia
  • · Address:
    C/ Santa Lucía, 1
    08002 Barcelona
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The Chapel of St. Lucia is a Romanic building built in 1268 in honor of the Holy Virgins, although this has only been the advocation of St. Lucia.
The facade is crowned with a belfry, is typically Romanic door with alternating pillars and columns. The capitals are shown the Annunciation and the Visitation.
The interior, apse rectum, is covered with a pointed barrel vault.
The holy water font is made of marble s.XIV.
Located in a niche and crowned with a relief representing Calvary is the tomb of Canon Francesc de Santa Coloma, also of the XIV century.
On the facade, in the angle of the corner is etched a "cana" Catalan official measure of length, used by artisans in the past.

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