The Churches of the Vall de Boí are a set of nine Early Romanesque churches declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO and located in the Vall de Boí, in the Catalan comarque of Alta Ribagorça, province of Lérida, España.
Sant Climent de Taüll is a Romanesque style church greatly influenced by the Lombard style. The bell tower is an example of Byzantine influence because it stands out for its verticality. The church was intended as a place for Christian worship, unlike other churches of the time, which were intended as a pilgrimage. The artwork in Sant Climent de Taüll was important in bringing the art into the public atmosphere. Catalonia | Europe