The church of Sant Miquel de Toudell is located within the lands of the masia Can Mir, in Viladecavalls, in a place where it has been found a necropolis and the remains of a Roman settlement. In the year 1157 Alegret of Toudell handed it to Sant Pere and Santa Maria d’Ègara and, subsequently, it was the parish of the quarter of Toudell. The chapel could have been built at the beginning of the 12th century.
It is a temple of a singular nave headed by a lower and narrower semi-circular apse, with a flattened cover. On the outside, the apse is decorated with blind arches and Lombard bands. In the western facade there is a lintel doorway, and a bell gable bell tower that crowns the wall.
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