This Gothic cathedral dedicated to Saint Mary boasts a Romanesque cloister and tower. The cathedral museum houses the Tapiz de la Creación, a unique tapestry dating from the eleventh century.
Although the Gothic cathedral is dedicated to Saint Mary, there is also a chapel venerating the Martyr and Deacon Saint Felix. Its broad central nave makes this cathedral one of the most remarkable of its kind in Catalonia. It also has a singularly beautiful Romanesque cloister, built in the twelfth century by Arnau Cadell. Its museum is located in the cathedral's chapter house and Sacristy and is home to notable pieces of gold and silver work, sculptures and the Tapiz de la Creación, a unique and exceptional achievement of the Romanesque period, made in the eleventh century.