The artistic heritage of Pallars is one of the country's treasures awaiting discovery by visitors. The numerous Romanesque churches scattered throughout the region, the castles and watchtowers that formed the network of medieval defence and the wealth of civic architecture featuring several stately homes, bear valuable testimony to the history of the county.
Museums in the Pallars Jussā:
In the neighbouring county of Alta Ribagorįa lie the Romanesque churches of the Vall de Boí. The Romanesque Route of the Vall de Boí comprises the churches of Sant Climent and Santa Maria de Taüll, Sant Joan de Boí, Santa Eulālia d'Erill la Vall, Sant Feliu de Barruera, La Nativitat de Durro, Santa Maria de Cardet, Assumpciķ de Coll and the hermitage of Sant Quirc de Durro. One of their main characteristics is the unity of their architectural style. Built during the 11th and 12th centuries in line with an architectural style from Northern Italy, the Lombard Romanesque style, they are characterised by the functional nature of their buildings, the careful stonework, the slender bell towers and the external decoration of blind arches and Lombard fascia.