Sant Miguel d’Engolasters church was built in classical Romanesque style in the XII century: rectangular nave, semicircular apses, triangle roof, bell tower. The stairs were added on later. The construction looks unusual because of the disproportion of the nave and 17-meter-heigh bell tower. The bell tower has got double arch windows without partitions. Inside the church there are the murals of Romanesque period, made by an artist from Santa Coloma (XII century). The church is located in an unusually beautiful place that views the whole capital of Andorra.
After the visit to the church, we recommend you to have a walk along the Engolasters lake at Madriu-Perafita-Claror valley—the National Park that has been under the protection of the UNESCO since 2004.
Address: Sant Miquel d’Engolasters Church, Engolasters AD700 Escaldes-Engordany
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