Sant Mori

The main populated nucleus of Sant Mori is made up of a Renaissancestyle castle, the Romanesque church and the houses that surround them, the majority of which date back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Some of them were built on the old walls. In the southern part of this village, there is an area known as El Puig which was created during the 18th century Sant Mori still has practically the same external appearance as it did two centuries ago and gives its inhabitants great pride.

We should also mention the Iberian settlement, an archaeological site that was firstly excavated in 1959; the Sant Maurici 18th century church (although already noted in the 13th century); the Sant Julià pre-Romanesque church and the Sant Mori castle, a medieval building that has now become a Gothic-Renaissance palace.

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