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physical description of the monument

around the monument

To access the Puigcardener from the city and the Town Hall Square, it is necessary to go up the Baixada de la Seu street, which has at its left the Veguer palace (17th century), and at its right, a group of medieval buildings and the rear annexes of the basilica. Around its side faces and the apse there is the Parc de la Seu, south surrounded by the city wall and a wide belvedere over the cliff facing the river, the Pont Vell bridge and the

Manresa’s monumental entrance, where there is also the Sant Ignasi Cave and the Santa Caterina tower. The previous façade faces the Reforma Square and its buried car park. The outside staircase of the See continues descending between terraces down to the square. At the foot of the Puigcardener hill there is the Sant Marc medieval chapel, defrayers by the See canopy.