The Església de Santa Maria del Pi is a 14th-century Gothic church that stands at the heart of three little plazas in Barcelona. The church is named for the pine tree (pi in Catalan) that once stood nearby.
History of Santa Maria del Pi
Originally built in the 14th century, the church was gutted by fire in 1936 and restored in the 1960s.
What to See at Santa Maria del Pi
Santa Maria del Pi is on the Placa Sant Josep Oriol, a pretty square that is filled with an artists' market on the weekend and the outdoor tables of the Bar del Pi the rest of the time.
The church has a Romanesque door but is otherwise Catalan Gothic in style. It has a single wide nave with chapels beneath the buttresses and a giant rose window at the entrance. The interior is plain but features some beautiful stained glass windows.
Quick Facts on Santa Maria del Pi
|Names:||Church of St. Mary of the Pine · Església de Santa Maria del Pi · Santa Maria del Pi|
|Visitor and Contact Information|
|Coordinates:||41.382174° N, 2.174006° E|
|Address:||Placa Sant Josep Oriol|
|Hours:||Daily 9am-1pm and 4-9pm|
|Lodging:||View hotels near Santa Maria del Pi|
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Map of Santa Maria del Pi, Barcelona
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