The monument of Sister Francinaina Cirer is located right in front of the church of Sencelles
The sculptor Jaume Mir made the monument in 1955. It is devoted to the blessed Sister Francinaina Cirer.
It has a quadrangular stone base with different motifs and inscriptions.
An inscription on the north side reads “Sencelles a sor Francinaina any 1955” (Sencelles to Sister Francinaina year 1955). On the west side there is a relief of Sister Francinaina separating two men, on the south side a relief of Sister Francinaina educating children and on the east side a relief of Sister Francinaina giving alms to the poor.
A statue of Sister Francinaina crowns the monument.
Get directions to the monument of Francinaina Cirer in Sencelles
Sencelles, Biniali, Ruperts and Jornets are all parts of this rural municipality located in the heart of the Mallorcan countryside. Sencelles boasts agricultural traditions and culture everywhere you look, making it a tranquil and authentic area that exemplifies the real soul of the island. You can look forward to a bunch of things to do, things to see, experience and visit such as the parish church, the hamlets, the restaurants, the fincas etc.
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