Sant Esteve Church is attributed to Romanesque architecture period of the XII century. It has been significantly modernized in the XX century (1940) by the project the architect Josep Puig I Cadafalch. Semicircular apses were decorated with pictures from inside, nowadays the collection is partially kept in the National Museum of Catalan Art as well as in two private collections. Marriage at Cana (the city in the north of Palestine where Jesus Christ performed the first miracle—turned water into wine), the depiction of Christ in the face of Pontius Pilate – these are only the fragments of the collection that is kept in the National Museum of Catalan Art.
The images of Angels of the XVIII century and Baroque style altar piece are the major works of art that decorate the church. The church is located in the historic center that presents traditional Andorran architecture, including granite buildings. One of them is Xavier Maestre, occupied with offices nowadays.
Address: Sant Esteve Church, Placa Princep Benlloch AD500 Andorra la Vella
The entrance is free. Andorra la Vella touristic office: (+376) 873 103