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Sant Pere de Galligants is Benedictine abbey in Girona, Catalonia. Since 1857, it has been home to the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia venue in the city. The name translates to English as "Saint Peter of Galligants", where Galligants refers to the River Galligants that runs past the abby. The monastery was built in 992, outside the walls of Girona, when Ramon Borrell, the count of Barcelona, gave the monks rights over the quarter of Sant Pere. The monks held the ruler of the quarter until 1339 when King Peter IV of Aragon restored it to Aragon. © iStock/miff32
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