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Ermita Sant Pau Vell de la Guardia
Spain

http://apeupermontserrat.blogspot.com.es/2009/02/les-runes-de-lesglesia-de-sant-pau-vell_11.html

Les runes de l’església de Sant Pau Vell, de la que hi ha les primeres referències a l’any 1084, les trobem als peus del turó on hi hagué el castell de la Guàrdia. Constava d’una nau, ara esfondrada, coberta amb volta lleugerament apuntada, ampliada amb una capella lateral, coberta amb volta escarsera o d’arc rebaixat. L’any 2004 s’inicià una campanya arqueològica de neteja del conjunt del castell de la Guàrdia i l’església de Sant Pau Vell per tal de preservar les seves restes.

Las ruinas de la iglesia de Sant Pau Vell, de la que se encuentran las primeras referencias al año 1084, las encontramos a los pies del cerro donde estuvo el castillo de la Guardia. Constaba de una nave, ahora derrumbada, cubierta con bóveda ligeramente apuntada, ampliada con una capilla lateral, cubierta con bóveda escarzanos o de arco rebajado. En 2004 se inició una campaña arqueológica de limpieza del conjunto del castillo de la Guardia y la iglesia de Sant Pau Vell para preservar sus restos.

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