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  • 1 Museu Episcopal Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Museums and art

    pl. Bisbe Oliba 3 E - 08500 Vic

    Occupying a modern building dating from 2002, this museum is over a hundred years old. It houses one of the largest and most impressive collections of Romanesque and Gothic art in Catalonia, as well as sections dedicated to archaeology and arts and c..

  • 2 Cathedral of Sant Pere Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Pl. de la Catedral E - 08500 Vic

    The present 18C neo-classical cathedral replaced an 11C building, of which all that remains are the elegant bell tower and the crypt. Inside, the 15C altarpiece on the high altar and the paintings by Josep Maria Sert (1874-1945) are noteworthy. The p..

  • 3 Main Square (Plaça Major) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 08500 Vic

    The colonnades are lined with terraces and cheap restaurants and a popular ambiance holds sway. The fine neo-classical façades add an overall distinctive touch. Every Saturday a particularly busy market is held here.

  • 4 Ajuntament (Town Hall) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    E - 08500 Vic

    This 14C Gothic building, graced with lancet arches on the ground floor and, on the upper floor, with a room known as the «Column Room», was completely remodelled in the 17C.

  • 5 Vic's Roman Temple

    Religious buildings

    Pl. de la Pieta E - 08500 Vic

    Built in the 2C, it is made up of a small «cella» (where the statue of the god stood) and an atrium in which the smooth columns with Ionic bases are surmounted by Corinthian capitals. Large parts of it have been restored.

  • 6 Vic's Episcopal Palace

    Religious buildings

    E - 08500 Vic

    The decoration on the walls of the superb Synod Hall was restored in 1845. Portraits of bishops of the diocese are on display.

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