Architectural Style: Gothic-Renaissance
Municipality: Naut Aran
The parrochial church of Sant Julian is of Romanesque origins and was renovated in the 14th and 15th centuries. The squared bell tower has 3 and 2 large, lateral windows to the sides and a pyramidal covering. The forged Renaissance door stands out.
The church has one nave with side chapels and absides with Gothic veins united by a central nave. The main altar is Baroque from 1776 and conserves a carving of Christ and a Gothic image of the Virgin.