Gorgeous, faded murals on the tomb of queen Elisenda de Montcada, Jaume II\’s queen at the monastery complex at Pedrables, Barcelona. The queen\’s sacrophagus is double-sided. This is the back portion of the tomb as seen from the cloister, where Elisenda is depicted as a mourning widow. The other end of the tomb is in the adjoining Gothic church where she is depicted as a queen.
Other photos from Barcelona:
– By La Rambla
– Gothic Cathedral – Barcelona
– Cathedral Corner
– La Seu – Color or Monochrome?
– At Parc Guell
– Clock Tower in Town square
– Casa Amatller and Casa Batllo
– Building in Veils
– Dining Room – Monastir de Pedrables
– Hallway – Monastir de Pedrables
– Down the Cellar – Monastir de Pedrables