This temple, with marked Romanesque style, was modified from the s. XVI. Several restorations were made with the aim to restore the original appearance of the building.
It is a church with basilica plant and three naves, the separation of which is made from side arches on pilasters. The nave is covered with a barrel vault, while the sides are covered with a groin vault. At header, in correspondence with the three naves, there are three semicircular apses; the central one is larger and higher. The building underwent several modifications from the s. XII to IXX, among these, the construction of a sacristy in the central apse and side chapels between s. XVII and XIX.
Outside there is a solid construction with few openings. In his profile stands a tower, added in s. XIX. One of the most interesting elements is the projection of the three semicircular apses at the head, a clear example of Lombard Romanesque architecture, marked by the pilasters, the pilaster strips and the blind arches that adorn the central apse.
Inside the church you can see a reproduction of the altar of s. XII, the front of which is preserved in the MEV, while the sides are in the Diocesan Museum of Solsona.