Zenfolio | Mauricio Drelichman | The Catalan Pyrenees

These pictures were taken in de Vall de Boí and the Val d'Aran, in northeast Catalunya, Spain. Boí is famous for its many Romanesque churches, dating back to the 11th and 12th centuries. Arán is the most isolated of the valleys of the Pyrenees. The locals still speak an ancient dialect, and the architecture and geography look nothing like what you may thing of as Spain.
Sant Climent de Taüll.Sant Joan de Boí.L'ull.Aiguestortes - "Crooked waters."Salt de Sant EspritInterior - Sant Climent de Taüll.Portal - Nativitat de Durro.Nativitat de Durro.Bell tower view at Nativitat de Durro.Hermitage of Sant Quirze de Durro.Crist de Mijarán.Slate roof in Val d'Aran.Toran river.Window in Val d'Aran.Arties.Santa María d'Arties.Baqueira.Pla de Beret.Menhir.