The monastery hidden in the beautiful garden-Poblet Abbey. I am a Pseudo-fan of Barcelona in La Liga. In a match between Barcelona and Real Madrid at home, I suddenly and impulsively bought a ticket and flew to Barcelona to travel. After watching the football game, I went around. After a recommendation from a Christian, I visited the Poblet Monastery and it was full of rewards. ※Introduction of scenic spots※There are many monasteries in Spain, and the magnificent complex with a long history and perfect preservation is the Poblet Monastery in Barcelona. Poblet Abbey was founded in the 12th century. It is a Cistercian monastery and one of the many super-large monasteries in Spain. It has many names, so I won’t go into details. There is a green avenue outside the first wall, leading to Pita Dorado (Golden Gate), and then from the Golden Gate to another Pita Dorado (Royal Gate), through the imperial gate to the monastery. The monastery is composed of 5 buildings with different purposes. After walking around, the monk’s bedroom is 87 meters long and 10 meters wide, which is impressive. The Christian church is unfolded in a cross-shaped rectangle, on both sides is the central square of the corridor, the wings have the characteristics of a cross shape, and there is a flat protruding chapel at the end. The magnificent pillars have complex and mysterious carvings that require a telescope to see clearly; the courtyard walls and roof are super-typical European features. The stone carvings on the courtyard walls are exquisite and gothic in style. The construction is said to span two In the 12th century, the bedroom, kitchen and dining room were completed in the 12th century (it seems that eating and lodging are important, both China and the West have common characteristics, haha), and the library was built in the 13th century. ※Reminder ※Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 10:00-12:30, 15:00-18:00, Sunday morning, opening 30 minutes later, and closing 30 minutes early in the afternoon. Nearby delicacies: all Western food and Canadian cuisine Catalan cuisine. Accommodation: There are about 4 budget hotels to choose from within 1 km
A Cistercian monastery with a long history.
Knowing about Poblet Monastery I came to Poblet Monastery under the leadership of a local friend. He told me that this is a Cistercian monastery, which was listed on the World Heritage List in 1991. This monastery was built in 1151. It also has a fountain, monks’ dormitory, library and other space designs, which are of great value to visit. The Poblet Monastery was established at the time to be grateful to God, and later became one of the favorite retreats of the Aragonese royal family. Pita Dorado, the gorgeous symbol of the entrance. After we got here, we first walked through a boulevard leading to Pita Dorado, and then into the Poblet Abbey. Pita Dorado is actually an imperial gate here. I was shocked when I saw it. The entire imperial gate was built with majestic momentum, a typical Cistercian architecture, clear lines and huge The size of the royal gate, from here you can feel the splendor of the Poblet Monastery. Inside the Poblet Monastery Enter the Poblet Monastery. At its center is a church built in the 12th century. The carvings and decorations in the church are extremely exquisite. No matter where I move my eyes, it is enough I am amazing. In addition to the church, Poblet Monastery also has a tightly guarded royal palace and a pantheon commemorating the kings of Aragon and Catalonia. These are all worth visiting. Address: Muntanyes de Prades, Vall del Monestir de Poblet, 43448