This little white church, construction on which started in 1785, is located at one end of the fertile Pla de Corona. It is dedicated to Saint Agnes, whose festivity is celebrated on 21st January, coinciding with the blossoming of the almond trees in this area. As a peculiarity, the building as two access doors: apparently, in 1870 a crime was committed in front of the main doorway, leading the faithful to brick it up and make a new door facing the square. Tradition tells of a rivalry between Santa Agnès and Sant Mateu, concerning which village would finish its respective church first. The inhabitants of Santa Agnès completed the work first - in 1812 – although inside one can see that it is lower than the other country churches, highlighting the simplicity of the pure lines of the nave. It has a beautiful carving of the Mare de Déu del Roser from 1812.
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Plaça de Santa Agnès. Santa Agnès de Corona
971 805 581