The Church of Sant Esteve de Peratallada

This is a Romanesque temple with two naves raised to the east by semicircular apses, built with large square ashlars. On the façade the front door stands out, with a half-pointed arch, followed by mouldings, a simple rose window and three brackets that may have held beams of a porch that has disappeared. The front of the nave has a pointed vault with three toral arches; in the north one the vault is followed by a tubular section and another pointed one. On the apse on this side a semicylindrical tower was erected that provides the monument with a very unique silhouette. 

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