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Santa Maria de Palau de Rialb
Spain

Palau de Rialb, se trata de un pueblo formado por masías diseminadas por el territorio, en el núcleo se encuentra la antigua escuela, hoy rehabilitada como casa rural, una espléndida iglesia románica, Santa María de Palau de Rialb, y una gran plaza donde se reúne la gente del pueblo para celebrar sus fiestas locales. Este pequeño núcleo esta rodeado de una zona boscosa y prados.

Cerca transcurre un pequeño río muy tranquilo donde pueden bañarse. Palau de Rialb pertenece al termino municipal de Baronia de Rialb, esta zona tiene un relieve bastante accidentado, con pequeños ríos, prados y bosques. La economía de la zona se basa en la agricultura y la ganadería. Este territorio tuvo gran importancia histórica hasta finales del S.XIV, como lo demuestra la abundancia de ermitas e iglesias románicas, se encuentran hasta 24

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Uploaded: 12/02/2011
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Tags: palau de rialb; santa maria de palau de rialb; catalunya; rialb; panta de rialb; embassament de rialb; nature; outdoors; sunny; lleida
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