Joint church and Romanesque bridge


The Church, from the XII Century, It is located in the population centre, in the middle of a group of manor houses, and it is made up of a single nave with pointed vault and semicircular apses.   


The front part of the building is a great square tower, added later, where there is a great portal. Very close we can find the small Bridge of Cussei, Romanesque origin, placed on the river Turonell, tributary of the river Fluvià which has its source in Begudà, and it collects water from Sant Julià del Mont. Cussei bridge highlights for its unique arch, typical from the art of the Romanesque period.

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