Photos from Monserrat
Montserrat literally means 'jagged (serrated) mountain' in Catalan. The mountain means a lot for the Catalan people and it is well known as the site of the Benedictine abbey, Santa Maria de Montserrat, which hosts the Virgin of Montserrat sanctuary. The mountain is composed of strikingly pink conglomerate, a form of sedimentary rock which erosion has carved into today's peculiar shapes over millions of years.
Rocas (si vostè sap el nom de les roques, si us plau, escriu-me)
Para la escalada en roca : Cavall Bernat
La vista desde San Jeroni (highest point, alt. 1236m)
Capella entre el monestir amb San Jeroni (si vostè sap el nom, si us plau, escriu-me)
Capella de la Santa Cova (Chapel of the Holy Grotto)
Candles inside the Chapel of Santa Cova
Flowers along the footpath between Collbato and Santa Cova
Bird's eye view from footpath in Montserrat : torrent de Ca n'Astruc
Montserrat monastery : front of the church, statues of Jesus and the 12 apostles
Peaks of Montserrat
Small chapel part of the the complex of the 'Monastir de Montserrat'
Angel statue along one of the many footpaths
Autumn colours at the Montserrat monastery
Peaks of Montserrat from the Monastery