Església de Sant Vicenç Ferrer


On the corner of Carrer de Muntaner, is the baroque Església de Sant Vicenç Ferrer, which first opened for worship in 1617, after 20 years' construction. It's attached to a fetching 18th-century cloister, now home to government offices.

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