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Sant Ròc de Begòs

Century: XII, XIV, XVII
Architectural style:Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque
Village: Begòs
Municipality: Es Bòrdes

This church is dedicated to Sant Ròc is very popular in the valley. It is of Romanesque origin and very small.

The bell tower of the church is squared with a pointed covering of slate.

There is a divided nave in three sections by transversal arches holding up the pointed vault. In the 14th century two side chapels were added. As a result they make up the shape of Greek cross.

It conserves a baptismal font and another for the Romanesque blessed water as well as some polychromed carvings from the 17th century.