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This structure is all that remains of the Sant Pau del Camp Monastery that was built in the twelfth century and is one of the most important Romanesque structures in all of Barcelona.
The interior consists of three apses and a domed transept. Most notable is the cloister that dates from the 13th century.
Sant Pau del Camp is located in El Raval – a district up until more recently most noted for its immigrant inhabitants, street prostitutes and petty criminals.
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