Montcortès Castle and Santa Anna little church

Date published:
Apr 3rd, 2019
Category:
Architecture
Type:
Scan - Environment

The original Montcortès castle was initially documented during the 11th century, in the testament of the knight Guillem Isarn de Trevics. However, as in the case of so many other frontier castles, at the end of the 15th century it was altered and replaced by the building that you can see today.

New castle’s works gave as result a magnificent rectangular fortress with two twin towers, a large semicircular Romanesque façade at East, Renaissance type Windows and an arched gallery, work done by Joan Barrufet.

Just in front the litle church built in the 16th century are placed near the small town of Montornès de Segarra (Catalonia).

Georeference: https://goo.gl/maps/eq77BqpdeEk

Photogrammetry made with Phantom 4 and Sony A7RII (84 pictures).

Thanks for the original asset creator : Josep Giribet / calidos.cat
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