Santa Quirce de Durro is one of the Romanesque churches in the Boí Valley, which received the UNESCO World Heritage designation in 2000.
This is a Romanesque church of simple construction with single nave and a semi-circular apse. The nave has a barrel vault ceiling which appears from the exterior as a gable roof. As is characteristic of Romanesque buildings, the inside has very little light. Large ashlar stones were used in its construction. Inside there is a replica of the front of the Romanesque altar with the saints Quirce and Julieta de Durro. The originals can be found in the Catalan National Art Museum.