It would even be funny if we did not talk about an extremely serious, mournful topic, which does not stop with script twists, each more surprising. At the end of the 13th century, Count Armengol X of Urgeli started an ambitious project. According to the theory of expert Francesca Espagnoli, he would have been the first noble in the territory of Catalonia to build a dynastic pantheon for his entire family. Taking advantage of the favorable economic wind of the time, he turned to decoration Monastery of Santa Maria de Belpuig (Os de Balaguer, Lleida), in whose church he would place up to four beautifully crafted Gothic tombs. When he died in 1314, Armengoli would occupy the last grave, accompanied by his brother, Viscount Alvaro, his father Alvaro Rodrigo Cabrera – also a count – and his second wife, Cecilia de Fox. But this fulfilled dream of resting together forever turns into an endless nightmare for centuries.
Source: El Diario