Montserrat, the magic mountain.
Montserrat is a rocky massif of sandstone and calcareous cement that over millions of years has adopted the peculiar form that makes it so recognizable from afar. Located a short distance from Barcelona, the mountain offers a spectacular natural environment, in addition to various cultural and religious spaces like the Cova Freda or Cold Cave, which is a Neolithic necropolis, the Romanesque Monastery of Santa Cecília, and, above all, Montserrat Abbey.
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