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Church of Sant Jordi

The Chapel of Sant Jordi, located at the end of the road linking the nucleus of Hostalets with Sant Antolí and Vilanova, is a suffragan chapel of the parish church of Santa Maria de Monlleó, built in the sixteenth century by Baron Joan Aimeric. It stands out for its square bell tower, unusual in chapels, and for its location on the old royal road from Barcelona to Lleida, where there are symbols of the Camino de Santiago. The chapel, with a rectangular floor plan and a gabled roof, has a main façade with a doorway with a segmental arch and a side structure that houses a niche with the image of Sant Jordi. Its importance lies in its historical connection with the pilgrimage route, being a reference point for walkers and pilgrims who passed through the area.

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    Carrer dels Amics, 21, Sant Antolí i Vilanova, Lleida
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