Girona's first cathedral until the 10th century is one of its most representative Gothic buildings, above all the slender bell tower (14th-16th centuries). With its castle-like appearance, the Romanesque chevet was completed with Gothic naves and a baroque façade (13th-18th centuries). The church houses some remarkable works of art, such as the eight pagan and early Christian sarcophagi (4th century) and the Recumbent Christ (14th century) by the sculptor Aloi de Montbrai.

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